Broiled Sole With Mustard Sauce

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 4 mins

This delicious sauce keeps fish moist. Try it over cooked broccoli or string beans, too.


  1. Coat a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Arrange fillets so they don't overlap.
  3. In a small bowl, combine the mayonnaise, mustard, parsley, and pepper and mix thoroughly.
  4. Spread the mixture evenly over the fillets.
  5. Broil 3 to 4 inches from the heat for 4 minutes until fish flakes easily with a fork.
  6. Arrange fillets on a serving platter, garnish with lemon wedges, and serve.
Most Helpful

This was so delicious! I used a little lemon pepper rather than pepper and used freshwater fillets of fish. I reduced the recipe down for two and the amount of topping was perfect. Mine took about 6 minutes to cook and I had to turn it over as the sauce was getting a bit too brown in spots. I served this with roasted potato, sweet potato and butternut wedges, which I just sprinkled with a little garlic powder and cooking spray and some steamed green beans. It all went together perfectly. Thanks Dancer for another great fish recipe!

dale! June 13, 2003

I thought this made a nice and easy dinner for two. The dijon was a nice add to the sole. I like dijon, so I didn't think it overpowered the fish. It broiled to a nice finish. I don't know if I'd make the dish for company, because it might be a bit much for someone who isn't into Dijon mustard, but my wife and I liked it, and we'll have it again.

pscoma February 01, 2009

Very good recipe! I substituted Lemon Pepper and added a dash of Chili Powder for an extra bite. Even my very finicky 7-year-old son liked it!

David Bishop February 06, 2006