Great easy recipe. The amount of butter seems a bit excessive so I might reduce that next time.
Great flavor! Served it with steamed asparagus and rice pilaf and slices of tomatoes on the side. So simple, so good. Thanks for posting!
Good quick and easy, nice recipe thanks!
Outstanding recipe Bert! An easy and quick recipe that could be served to company. I had something else in the oven that needed to be cooked at 350*F, so I just extended the cooking time to 25 minutes. The result was a lovely dish that had the right balance of butter and lemon. Thank you so much for posting.
So delicious and easy. I made this with 12 pieces of sole, thinking I would have leftovers, but the kids devoured it. I can't wait to serve it to company.
I loved this. I did not have lemon rind so I did not use that,but it was so tasty. Not fishy, just buttery and almondy. I served with brown rice and green beans amandine (I know not much variety but I found a good sale on almonds and was in an almond groove). I think this would be good with a dash of cayenne, also. Thanks I am going to try this with other fishes as well.
Tasty and simple. Very good. Definitely will be making again. Might have added a bit more almonds, but that's not a bad thing. Served with boiled potatoes and steamed asparagus.
Great results for such a simple recipe. I used frozen sole filets that were not completely thawed, so I ended up with quite a lot of liquid - few minutes under the broiler fixed that well enough. The juice was delicious. I'll try what some of the others wrote and use tilapia next time. Simple & light (ok, a touch of decadence with the butter...). Thanks Bert!
This was an easy great recipe. The flavour is really unique. I left the lemon rind out.
This was excellent. My husband was very impressed. Thank You for sharing.