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Cooking Fresh-Caught Trout on a Portable Yakitori Grill

For years I cooked trout in a pan with oil— a messy tedious job. Then I tried a dutch oven—it works well but no crisp skin and it’s extra work to clean up: oil in the pot plus messy carbon residue on the outside of the dutch oven itself.

This little FireSense yakitori grill can be had for about $28. A larger model with about double the grilling area is only about $37. It is portable for travel (I put it in the rooftop carrier in my SUV), and it does a bang-up job on trout like this one. Its 2-inch thick ceramic walls absorb and reflect heat, making for an outstanding cooking “surround” for what’s on the grill.


Cooking Fresh-Caught Fish on a Portable Yakitori Grill

Grilled Rainbow Trout
f2.2 @ 1/35 sec, ISO 25; 2016-08-21 20:54:30
iPhone 6s Plus + iPhone 6s Plus back camera 4.15mm f/2.2 @ 29mm equiv (4.2mm)

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