Total Time
30mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is from Coastal New England Summertime Cooking by Sherri Eldridge. It's a simple and healthy way to prepare sole. If you use the soy margarine it's dairy free.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Toast almond slices on cookie sheet in oven until lightly browned.
  2. Spray large pan with non-stick oil. On medium heat, warm butter and oil.
  3. Fry sole on both sides. After turning to second side, sprinkle with wine, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
  4. Spread toasted almond slices on fillets of sole.

Reviews

(2)
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This was very very good. I was going to give it only 4 stars but it elicited such rave reviews from my Mum & boyfriend that I upped it to 5. This is a classic French dish and was SO easy it proves that sometimes simple is best. The almonds go SO well with the flavour of the sole. I added a tiny bit of almond oil to the Canola.Do watch the almonds while you're toasting them... It takes no time at all & I had to toast another batch because I walked away for a minute. I'd say skip the toasting for simplicity but that toasted flavour is awesome! All in all a really simple but extremely tasty dish. Served it with rice,dilled carrots and asparagus.

SusieQ222 February 04, 2007

I have a similar recipe posted, only made with trout, so I knew I would enjoy this. Loved the additional flavor of wine and toasting the almonds really does make a difference. Made for a lovely light dinner last night. Thanks for sharing it, Kree.

Marie August 19, 2005

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