Aunties Canned Trout

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Ingredients

1/2 tsp salt, top or bottom of jar makes no difference.
1 Tbsp cooking oil per jar
1 1/2 Tbsp vinegar
2 1/2 lake trout per jar
10 POUND PRESSURE ON PRESSURE GUAGE

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JoSele Swopes Recipe
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JoSele's notes for this recipe:
I got this recipe from my Aunt...Forgot I had it...I found it on the back of another recipe I have....It is a really good recipe...We always used to use the trout to make Trout Patties, Trout Loaf, or salads and many other dishes....
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Directions

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10 POUNDS OF PRESSURE FOR 1 HOUR AND 15 MINUTES. Consult your canning book for specific directions, since different canners have slightly different instructions. However, 10# and 90 minutes has worked for any kind of cooker I've ever used.
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Method to can trout[freshwater].
Scale; gut; cut off heads and tails and fins. You can can in pints or quarts.
A pint jar will hold around 2 1/2 cleaned fish[8" to 10"].
A quart will hold 4 1/2 +-.
Yield--- pints= about 6/8 fish cakes, and a quart 12 to 15, depending on how big you make them.
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Ease the skin off and lift out the backbone if you want, all tho neither are necessary since the bones cook to mush in the canning process.
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Pint jars- 1/2 teaspoon of salt, cooking oil, vinegar then pack jars. Be absolutely sure to wipe off the top of jars.
Quart jars- 1 teaspoon salt, then pack the cooker.
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Make sure your pressure cooker is safe. A 22 quart cooker will hold 16 pints or 7 quarts.
The next size down is the 16 quart cooker[I think] and will hold 7 quarts or 7 or 8 pints.
When the pressure gets to 10 pounds cut heat so the jiggler jiggles 2 to 3 times a minute. Cook for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Take off of fire and let pressure reduce on its own. Remove lid and jars, then tighten one more time. And keep your fingers off of the lids. I repeat, Put your hands in your pocket. You'll hear them sea, they will pop when they seal..
If there are any that do not seal just put in the refrigerator and use them first...

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user JoSele Swopes JODIE57 - Sep 26, 2010
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user 'Ria Murphy Just_Ria - Nov 6, 2010
JoSele - I live in Washington and my husband is the Great White Hunter/Fisherman... you know the type right? This means: I currently have over 45# of salmon in my freezer. Even though I use a foodsaver, you can only freeze salmon for so long before it goes icky. And, to be honest, you just cant eat salmon steak every single night. So I was thinking I could can a bunch of it... I make a wicked salmon patty and salmon loaf and its WAY easier to make it from canned salmon than it it from frozen raw salmon... you think this recipe would work the same for salmon?
I have a pressure cooker, I have to admit I have never used it... my grandmother warned me so many times growing up about the possiblility of them exploding and all kinds of crazy stuff that when my mom gave me hers it went into the pantry on a shelf and its been collecting dust since then... but sooner or later I HAVE to try right... or all this salmon will go bad... what d'ya think?

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