Fish Recipes : Cooking a Trout Amandine Fish Recipe Part 2

Learn how to prepare to make trout Amandine with a demonstration of the second steps in this process in this free cooking video on how to prepare fish for recipes and seafood stock. Expert: Louis Ortiz Bio: Louis Ortiz is a professional chef instructor at a culinary institute. He has been working in the culinary industry for 10 years. Filmmaker: EV studios
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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13 Responses to “Fish Recipes : Cooking a Trout Amandine Fish Recipe Part 2”

  1. Jonny23259 says:

    This recipe is coo!!!

    Wanna learn how to make Beer Battered Fish?

    Those two hungry cops are teaching there brilliantly, I am sure you are gonna like the video.

    I personally love there video and the exact video name is “2 Hungry Cops – Beer Battered Fish”

  2. WilliamGruff says:

    @mphst6: PS: I asked if you are American and you haven’t answered.

  3. WilliamGruff says:

    @mphst6: Before you make a complete fool of yourself again you might try to practice what you preach. I’m sure you’re a force to be reckoned with in your neck oft he woods but your bowling is not up to dismissing me so toddle off and try to be cutting with someone within your means, there’s a good boy, and, if you’re going to try to be clever, at least try to make sure that you are clever.

    I really can’t be bothered to waste any more time on you so the last word really is yours. Make it count!

  4. mphst6 says:

    You…corrected someone…someone corrected you. And now you’re racist too!! AWESOME!! Look up “f*ckwit” while you’re looking up “regional venacular”. Again, thanks for playing. Don’t bother to respond, look up “race” as well.

  5. WilliamGruff says:

    @mphst6:@mphst6: yawn England English? Don’t be an ass. Although French in origin, the word is English, and in English the word is spelled fillet and pronounced fillit. I cannot be bothered to bandy brick bats with a pompous and ill-informed clown, not to mention a nasty, sneering little Anglophobe (Are you American by any chance?), so I’ll leave you with the last word.

    As an aside, do people usually describe you as a f*ckwit? I’ll wager they do.

  6. mphst6 says:

    You are incorrect sir. That’s England english and they say “fink” instead of think and “Fursday” instead of Thursday and pronounce silent consonants. It isn’t an english word anyway, it’s french and it’s spelled FILET. Thanks for playing =]

  7. WilliamGruff says:

    Fillet is pronounced _fillit_ in English not ‘fillay’.

  8. juiceboxboy20000 says:

    jk :P 

  9. juiceboxboy20000 says:

    probably looked it up =]

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  11. allycat114 says:

    that’s a lot of help man. thanks

  12. allycat114 says:

    also know as a digger dummy

  13. UKHOGGY says:

    fish slice!!! not spatula, i am 15 and i know that!!