Sunday, 11 September 2011

Recipe - The Easiest Dish in the World

Whilst the rest of this blog is, admittedly, a bit "do-gooder", the recipes section is here for a very different reason - BFTF appears to be utterly incapable of keeping track of the recipes that it has tried, especially the ones that seemed to work. So putting them here will hopefully ensure that BFTF can find them when required.

I suppose you could call it a "Floating Point Feast". . .

The Easiest Dish in the World

As Gordon Gecko might have said when he was in the kitchen "Easy, for lack of a better word, is good. Easy is right. Easy Works. . ."

BFTF is also a fan of easy, especially when cooking, and this, gentle reader, is as easy as it gets. . .

-1 fresh trout (BFTF gets the fishmonger to cut off the head and tail as the eyes always seem to be following you round the room)
-Some small potatoes (e.g. new potatoes, salad potatoes)
-Salt
-Butter (or margerine or even just oil)
-Grated cheese (optional)


Preheat the oven to 200C and get a pan of water boiling on the hob

Wrap the trout in foil, put it on a tray and slap it in the oven

Bung the potatoes in the pan of water and bring back to the boil

Cook trout for 20mins, potatoes until fork goes into them easily (about 20mins)

Place the trout and the potatoes on the plate and sprinkle with a little salt, some melted butter and the grated cheese

Serve.


The dish rates as "EASY" on the BFTF Washing Up Index

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