Fish is an integral part of a properly balanced diet due to its nutritional and biological properties. Besides being a source of high-quality proteins and Omega-3 fatty acids, fish is low in calories, easily digestible, and rich in vitamins and minerals. Nutritionists recommend its consumption at least once or twice a week.


Our recipes:

Baked trout with vegetables

Clean the trout and marinade it oil, wine, pepper, finely chopped rosemary and salt. Roll it occasionally to allow the trout to absorb the marinade on both sides. Put it on a baking tray and add potatoes cut into cubes and carrots cut into circles. Put three slices of lemon on each trout and bake in the oven for about 35 minutes at 200°C.

Fried trout in corn flour

Salt the cleaned fresh trout and coat it in corn flour. You can keep marinade it in olive oil, white wine, parsley and garlic for several hours. Heat well a sufficient quantity of olive oil in a pan, then lower the temperature and fry the trout for 15-20 minutes turning it to prevent it from burning.