By Montana Grant

Posted: February 27, 2020


We all have extra fish in our freezers. This is the time to use them up.

Dig out the Crock Pot that Aunt Ethel gave you as a gift and try it out. You will not be disappointed, and Aunt Ethel will be proud. Try this wonderful Crock Pot recipe for Salmon or larger trout.


2-3 lbs. of fish pieces

½ pint of white wine

1 Bay Leaf

A fresh sprig of parsley

OLD BAY seasoning to taste, or your favorite seafood spice mixture.

A bit of salt and pepper

1 lemon juiced, and grate/ zest the rind.

Grease the inside of your Crock Pot, after you dusted it off. Rinse the fish pieces. Normally I cut them into portion sizes. Lay the fish into the Crock Pot.

Add the wine, Bay Leaf, salt and pepper, parsley, and lemon zest and juice. Cover the Crock Pot and set on LOW for about 3 hours. Smaller fish may be done after 2 hours.

Serve over rice or noodles and a steamed vegetable. You will be spoiled!

Once cooked, you can serve this hot or cold. I have added it to a cold salad with wonderful results.

Get your Crock on!

Montana Grant

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