Southern Rainbow

Submitted by Christi

When the storms of life roar, it is always nice to see a rainbow to remind of of God’s love and give us a moment of peace! We were blessed to see a rainbow this past week.

God, thank you for the rainbows in the midst of the storms!

Today’s Lagniappe:  Honey Fried Rainbow Trout

2 trout.
2 tablespoons of honey.
4 tablespoons of butter.
1 lemon.
½ cup of cornmeal.
¼ cup of flour.
1 medium egg.
1/3 cups of milk.
Salt and pepper, to taste.
In a bowl, mix the cornmeal, flour, salt and pepper.

In another bowl, mix the egg and milk.

Rub the fish with lemon and dredge in the cornmeal mixture. Dip in the milk mixture and then back into cornmeal mixture.

In a frying pan, heat the butter to almost smoking.

Put the trout in the pan and cook until golden brown on both sides.

Put the honey on top of the fish, lower heat, then cover and cook for 4 minutes.

Hope you are all seeing some wonderful sites in the great outdoors (in our case the very hot outdoors) this week.

Outdoor Wednesday with A Southern Daydreamer

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6 Responses to “Southern Rainbow”

  1. LaVoice Says:

    I agree with you. I have always been fascinated by rainbows. Lovely post for today.

  2. Delores Says:

    Nothing like a rainbow to give one hope…..Thanks for posting your rainbow photos

  3. atticmag Says:

    Wonderful capture Christi. Those always are so gorgeous. Thanks for stopping by. Jane F.

  4. Debbie Says:

    One of my favorite things about my husband is that he will literally stop whatever he’s doing to point out a rainbow. He would love that one that you captured!

    I love this post, and the trout recipe is a cute addition. I love the word/concept lagniappe too.

  5. Tracy Says:

    I love rainbows! Great shots! It always lifts my spirits when I see a rainbow. ~ Tracy

  6. Renee Says:

    Beautiful Rainbow pictures.

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