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Serve the trout alongside the salad and dressing of choice.
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Cut Trout into 6 even pieces and place them into a deep tray and pour the chilled coconut marinade over the top. Leave the trout to marinade covered in the fridge over night.
The next day, place seasoned trout with salt and oil the pans. Place the trout in and leave for a minute.
In 2 large cast iron pans or regular non-stick pans over low-medium heat fry fish for about 4 minutes. Turn the heat back up and leave for 2 to 3 minutes. Take the trout out of the pan and let rest for a minute.
In a small pot placed the sliced garlic pour 200 ml of milk over the top and bring to a boil. Strain off and then run under cold water to rinse excess milk. Then put the garlic into a clean small pot and pour in cold oil to cover an inch above. Place on high heat and bring it to a boil quickly. Turn it to medium heat and let cook until garlic is ready. Once it starts to turn a light golden, stand by it and have a strainer and a container ready that is not going to melt when you strain off the hot oil. Lay out on a paper towel.
In a medium sauce pan bring the palm sugar and water to a boil and let cool for 20 minutes before you make the dressing.
In a food processor and place in half of the fried ingredients and blitz until it is like a powder, then slowly pour in half of the palm sugar water and blitz for a minute. In a large mixing bowl pour mixture and repeat with the remainders. Add the lime juice and fish sauce and reserve on the side until needed.