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WHAT'S FOR LUNCH: Rainbow Trout from Montana Avenue

Montana Avenue - Rainbow Trout

Trout 10oz

Salt pinch

Black Pepper pinch

Chard Tomato 1oz

Jumbo Asparagus, shaved 1each

Fingerling Potato 1oz

Salt pinch

Black Pepper pinch

White wine 1oz

Butter 2oz

lemon juice 1oz

Preparation

1. Heat oil in saute pan over med high heat.

2. Dredge trout in flour and shake off excess.

3. Place trout in pan skin side up and saute for 2 min or until golden.

4. Turn over and saute 2 min more.

5. In a separate saute Asparagus, tomato, wine, lemon juice, salt, pepper and reduce by half. Finish with butter

6. Lightly drain fish and place in center of plate and top with sauce and vegetables.

7. Garnish with Chives

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