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How To Cook a Fish Meuniere: Trout Meuniere with toasted almonds ( Intermediate level )

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in this online french cooking class we are learning how to cook a fish ( trout) meuniere style with and addition of toasted almond.

the meuniere way of cooking fish is usally done wiht soles but it can also be achieve with trout.

Meuniere cooking consist of coating the fish with flour before it can be pan fried. the coating of flour create a layer of crispy skin and a perfect cooking of the fish from the inside. when cooked lemon juice and brown butter is added to the fish.

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