Bought pic related for dinner tomorrow, any suggestions? I'm just trying to get more fish in my diet and frying it up with some chips seems too obvious.
Stir fry some any leafy green (chinese broccoli da bess doe) with soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and butter/oil.
Trout can be slightly 'earthy' you will need to offset this by a bit of sharpness to the sauce.
Last time I bout those Kipper fillets it was in Co-Op and they were £1.00 , I just microwave them in the bag and eat as is.
You could make a shit-ton of Kedgeree but I would be tempted to make a nice Warming Fish-Pie.
Lightly saute, add chopped cherry tomatoes, parsley, mint and stock, simmer for a bit, season to taste, toss with spaghetti. Optional bacon, mushrooms (fry either with fish), parmesan. I'd probably leave the mint if you'really having bacon. Takes 10 minutes total.
I prefer the 'earthiness' of the trout so I don't offset it. I enjoy poached or steamed trout to bring out its sweet fragrance.
The classic for trout when I was growing up was poached trout with fried onions cooked with sugar, soy sauce, a drop of shao xing wine, and added water. Served with congee or broken rice (any white rice should be fine but I preferred broken rice as a kid).
Pic related is final product (not great looking I know), poached the haddock in milk with chopped onion and garlic, then I added a poached egg after it was done to go with the mash. On top I made a thin sauce after chucking some oregano in the leftover milk, should've reduced it more in hindsight.
Not pictured is the kipper which I ate as a snack; I liked it more than I thought I would while the haddock was bretty good.
All in all, could've gone worse for a first attempt.