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Tempura Trout on Fried Green Tomatoes and Creamed Corn

Tempura Trout on Fried Green Tomatoes and Creamed Corn

This dish is a twist on a classic Southern staple, fried green tomatoes. This style of cooking is typical of the dishes we serve at Inovasi, which draw upon flavors from around the world to make innovative versions of familiar dishes.

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For the creamed corn

  • 1 Teaspoon olive oil
  • 1/4 Cup finely chopped onion
  • 2 Cups fresh corn kernels
  • 1/4 Cup white wine
  • 1 Cup heavy cream
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

For the green tomatoes

  • 1 green tomato, sliced
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 4 Tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 1/2 Cup white grits

For the tempura trout

  • Four 3-ounce trout fillets
  • Soybean oil, for frying
  • 1 Cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 2 Cups sparkling water
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 Tablespoon cornstarch

Tempura Trout on Fried Green Tomatoes and Creamed Corn - Recipes

Neighbors in the Pipestem State Park campground recommended Tamarack for the local crafts and the delicious food
I managed to spend $60.00 for a tiny pouch/ purse to hold my IPhone
It’s just too cute
This review is about the food
Hubs got Rainbow Trout Filet with baby potatoes and the veg of the day, Brussels sprouts. Very tasty and the sprouts were outstanding, teeny tiny and steamed perfectly
I ordered Sauerbraten, with roasted corn and baby Brussels sprouts
WELL : Sauerbraten is supposed to be any tough cut of meat that needs to be marinated in vinegar to be eatable
The vinegar, with whatever combination of wine, water, spices , dried fruit or even ginger snaps etc is supposed to break down the tough meat to make it sweet, sour and savory
This was just Beef Stew
Then again, the roasted corn and baby Brussels sprouts were delicious

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What a great place for out of state travelers to stop and get a great meal. I recommend the green fried tomato sandwich or the trout filet. Both are excellent. While there take a 360 degree walk around the shops and view the many great products made by local artists. This stop gives you a very positive view of our fine state.


Located at 1638 Parkway in Sevierville, TN, you will discover a relatively new restaurant devoted to you, the hungry visitor with true southern-style meals. Five Oaks Farm Kitchen is the place to go for southern hospitality and good southern cooking. They have breakfast, lunch, and supper menus. Breakfast is from 7:30am to 2:30pm, lunch is from 11:30am to 2:30pm and supper is from 2:30pm until closing which is 9pm Sunday thru Thursday and 10pm on Friday and Saturday nights.

For breakfast you can have something sweet like the large handmade cinnamon roll with a sweet cream icing to a large serving of southern homemade biscuits and sausage gravy. More traditional is the French toast and griddle cakes. Many ways to have your eggs or your omelets. Should you go with one of the harvest morning bounty selections you will be served two eggs, grits, potatoes, biscuits and gravy and a griddle cake with warm syrup. That by itself would be enough to fill you but, you still get to make your bounty selection. Maybe rainbow trout or a ground chuck steak with sausage gravy. Perhaps a pan-fried pork tenderloin with sausage gravy?

Should you not have time for breakfast there&rsquos always lunch at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen. There are many salad selections with several types of dressings to choose. Chicken and scratch-made dumplins &ndash omygoodness! All that with any of the lunch entrees &ndash fried chicken, open face pot roast, meatloaf, chicken casserole, sugar cured ham steak, and if meat is not your thing there is a veggie plate. There is also a full rack of hickory smoked pork ribs or a pulled pork plate. You may have to return more than a few times to try all that&rsquos on the menu for lunch! For dessert you can try the banana pudding, a southern delight, a caramel apple served on a stick, or the purple cow. I&rsquoll let you think about that.

You&rsquore probably not a work weary farmer at the end of a busy day but I&rsquoll bet you&rsquoll be hungry for supper at Five Oaks Farm Kitchen after a busy day of searching for Pigeon Forge real estate or Gatlinburg real estate.

Always seerving a delicious salad made with fresh ingredients. They have added an incredible potato soup to the supper menu along with the chicken and dumplins and slow cooked pinto bean and ham soup. For supper, they have added rainbow trout, fried chicken livers, stuffed peppers, fried catfish, and a chicken casserole. Multiple sides for you to choose from &ndash cole slaw, green beans, stewed cabbage, creamed corn, deviled eggs, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob and fried green tomatoes. There are too many sides to list. Should you prefer smoked meats, there&rsquos chicken, pork ribs, beef short ribs, prime rib of beef and a smokehouse sampling. For dessert and you know how southerners love their sweets, you can choose from blackberry dumplings, window sill cobbler, and of course the three desserts from lunch.

Five Oaks Farm Kitchen has two floors of seating with a kitchen on both. There is plenty of private dining for family reunions, school trips, meetings, parties, and receptions. There is easy access for buses and tour group and all parking is free.

Make Five Oaks Farm Kitchen a place you plan on visiting when you come to the Smoky Mountains to visit the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area. I&rsquom sure you will go away full and eagerly wanting to return.

Cooking Instructions Marrow Bone Dumpling Soup

Make the Broth
– Remove the marrow from the bones, and keep in a small pan.
– Wash and cut leek, celery, carrots, parsley root in rough pieces.
– Poke cloves into the peeled onion.
– Place bones and meat in a pan with about 1.5-2 liter cold purified water. Bring to a brief boil, then reduce heat to low.
– Add the veggies, bay leave, peppercorns, and onion, and let simmer on low heat for about 2-3 hours, depending on the meat.
– Should there be foam remove foam with a slotted spoon.
– Remove bones and meat from the broth, drain the broth and spice with salt, pepper and nutmeg.

Make the Dumplings
– Cut the bone marrow into small pieces and melt it in the pan. Let cool off a bit.
– Soak the roll in water, then when it’s saturated squeeze the water out.
– Combine roll with egg, breadcrumbs, 2 tbsp chopped parsley and the melted marrow.
– Spice with a hint of nutmeg.

– Bring the broth to a boil.
– Make 1 dumpling and test it in the boiling broth. It it won’t fall apart, form small dumplings with the dough. Would the dumpling fall apart, add more breadcrumbs.
– The dumplings are done when they swim at the surface.
– Let them simmer in the broth for 10 min.

Add chopped chives to the broth and serve it with the dumplings.

Tip: You want to get a clear broth, so never have the broth boiling or it will get milky.

Ingredients Homemade Leberkaese Recipe

600 gr lean beef (use stewing stake, ground twice)
400 gr ground pork (ground it twice )
100 gr bacon finely chopped (without the rind)
1-2 Tsp salt (or to taste)
1 tsp white ground pepper
2 tbsp corn starch and 2 tbsp majoram
1 tsp paprika powder (sweet) optional
2 medium sized onions (run through with the meat)
1 slice bread to clean grinder (run through last)
a very little nutmeg, just the tip of a knife
1 tsp Pink salt or Curing salt (see under Tips what to use)
500 ml crushed ice

If you love Leberkäse, you might love Landjäger too!

“Better than I remembered
I have purchased Landjagers from other shops and found them salty and dry. These from Love German Food were moist, tender and full of flavor. Delicious!” — A.E.


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German Kroketten – Authentic and Home Made

Learn today how to make German Kroketten. This is a very popular German side dish that you can order in every German restaurant. I don’t know how I should call them in English, in the USA I found potato taters but they are not the quite same as the German Kroketten. Basically they are made out of mashed potatoes that will be fried in oil. Here is a recipe for the Kroketten. Tip: Use breadcrumbs that are not spiced or salted. I know they are hard to find in US supermarkets because all breadcrumbs are spiced. The best is to collect some bread and let it become very dry, then grate it. Enjoy them with a Wiener Schnitzel! Happy Cooking!

– Cut off the hard parts of the cabbage.
– Chop onion in fine pieces.
– Remove the darker leaves and place them aside.
– Take the lighter leaves from the inside (that should be 1/3 of the cabbage) and cut them into small pieces: first cut the cabbage in half, then quarters, so you will get fine stripes.

– Place the chopped pieces into a pan, add onions, the spices and the heavy cream/milk.
– Mix well, let cook on low to medium heat until the cabbage is soft. Then puree the cabbage with a stick mixer until you get a fine puree.
– Take the darker leaves of the cabbage and chop them into small pieces as well.
– Melt butter, add dark leaves with salt, sugar and some water (about 5 tbsp), cover with a lid and let simmer for about 5 min or until the leaves are soft and tender.
– Combine the puree with the darker cabbage leaves and mix well.

Natural pork casings
30% beef
70% pork Belly

Spices per Kilogramm meat:
27g curing salt or sea salt
1g starter cultures
2g black pepper
3g raw sugar
0,5g caraway seeds, ground
0,2g coriander
optional: garlic, paprika

Landjager from Lovegermanfood are Made in USA
and they are pretty good! Check em’ out!

Posted on November 19, 2019 by admin

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