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I liked the presentation of this dish; however, none of us liked the fish.
Made it with flounder and it was amazing!
My husband & I loved this! The dill really compliments to sole. I didnâ€™t have a fresh lemon so I used a tsp of bottled lemon juice. I also used a handful of store bought bread crumbs. I put all the ingredients in small bowl and stuck it in the microwave for about 15 seconds to soften the butter. It mixed up really well this way. Thanks so much for sharing â€“ we will definitely have this again!
This is a keeper! We used Dover sole. The kids and the husband all liked this very much!
Delicious!! My 18 month old slurpped it right up. It did take 15 minutes to cook completely tough, most likely due to my fikkets being thicker.
Fantastic recipe! Quite quick and easy for a weekday meal, and my husband--who greatly mistrusts anything swimming in sauce--loved the flavours of this dish. A definite do-again!
Very tasty! Quick and easy to make! Served with white rice and veggies. Thank you for posting!
Fabulous. Served with a barley-pecan salad on the side. Will make this over and over.
amazingly delicious. We are trying to find as many healthy recipes as possible using fish and chicken. This will be made over and over.
A very enjoyable sole recipe. I substituted dried dill and crumbled Rosemary and Olive oil Triscuits and the result was very flavourful. I look forward to trying it with fresh dill next time. Thanks for posting.