Pan fried trout from District 2 on a plate

District 2, situated high in the mountains, has an abundance of natural resources as far as river fish and wild plants, if they know where to eat. Fortunately for the citizens of this area, however, they are favoured by the Capitol, and so only the poorest of District 2 citizens would have to rely on their surroundings to scrape together a meal. This dish, easily made from a day’s catch and the addition of tesserae goods, is non-complex and filling.

By Samantha (admin) Published: August 20, 2013

    • Yield: 2 Servings

    District 2, situated high in the mountains, has an abundance of natural resources as far as river fish and wild plants, if they …

    The Ingredients.
    The Method.

    1. Raw trout
    2. Mix flour and salt in a shallow dish or bowl.
    3. Lightly coat the fish in the flour mixture.
      Flour-coated trout
    4. Heat oil in a deep pan (preferably cast-iron) until a drop of water sizzles when dropped in.
      Trout frying in a pan
    5. Fry the trout in the oil until it flakes, about 4-6 minutes on each side. Serve with steamed greens.
      Pan fried trout from District 2 on a plate
    what people are saying.
    • Arpad Antonietti Reply

      Hello :)

      My name is Arpad Antonietti, I come from switzerland and I am 17 years old. I’d love to write recipes for your website because I really love the idea and I’m a huge fan of the Hunger Games.

      I think I can cook, I have a good practice of the french, jewish and morrocan kitchen. I think I’d be able to cook recipes from the book, imagine them and take pictures of the steps.

      I’ve got a good camera too…

      I’d be really glad if you answer to my comment and if you agree to let me be one of the admins :)

      Arpad Antonietti

      Ps: Sorry if I wrote it as a comment, I haven’t found another way to contact you.

      • Aaron (admin) Reply

        Thanks for your message, Arpad. Although we are not currently adding anyone to our team, if you recreate variations of our dishes we would be happy to include them in our new Fan Photos section, which we will be launching soon. We would also love to hear suggestions for dishes that you would like to see us make.

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