Indoor Seas


In The Kitchen

Steelhead trout is often mistaken for salmon, as they both have bright orange-pink flesh that cooks to opaque. Substitute steelhead trout for salmon in most recipes. Compared to Atlantic salmon, which is often found in thick cuts, steelhead trout are smaller and thinner, and cook more quickly.


-The Spruce Eats

“You will see it cured, pickled, cooked with the skin on, smoked. There are a million ways to do it.”
- Chris Morgan, the co-executive chef of Compass Rose and chef at Maydan (Bon Appetit)

Baked - Grilled - Smoked - Broiled - Sautéd - Steamed

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