22 Reviews

I was leery of this at first, but I'm so glad I tried it! I followed the suggestions of other members- I only had frozen spinach, so I boiled, drained, and added it to the onions in the pan to dry out a bit too. I didn't have Steak Seasoning, so I put a dash of Cajun Seasoning with the salt and pepper layers. I used Pangasius (a type of catfish). It tasted so wonderful I ate 1 1/2 servings! I think I added a bit more cheese too, but I love cheese.... :)

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LousyChef April 28, 2014

Every bit was gone! Wasn't too sure about this one but it turned out delish. Used penne and extra cheddar, also salt and peppered each layer. A Keeper... Thanks

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Marich April 22, 2011

Another amazing recipe from Derf. I couldn't find sole at the grocery store, substituted flounder, and it was excellent. I also used reduced-fat cheddar and was happy with that ingredient change. Based on other reviews, I added a sprinkling of reduced-sodium Montreal Steak Seasoning in addition to the salt/pepper and was very pleased with the results. Very quick recipe to prepare on a week night, yet it has a very pretty presentation. This recipe would be very easy to scale down for 1-2 people. Thanks for a winner!

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Kathy :-( March 31, 2011

NOPE! Don't quite understand why but this just was Not good. Wife wouldn't eat it. Dog got most of it. It was made because it sounds good but..?

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St.Nick June 04, 2015

My husband said this was okay, but commented that the end result looked like "garbage on a plate." Next time I'll try a better presentation.

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Rockamama January 23, 2015

We liked this and it was certainly easy for a weeknight. Followed the recipe as posted except that we added more cheese because we like cheddar. I used penne for the noodles. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny April 12, 2011

I made this without onions (because I really don't like those!) and with montreal steak spices as someone suggested before. A little less cheese than mentionned. Everything else was the same. First of all, the steak spices was a GREAT idea, goes very well with the flavours. I loved this casserole, I will definitely be making this again, I almost always have these ingredients. :) If you like sole, tomatoes, spinach... This is a great one. Thank you!

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Areeane December 01, 2010

Yuck. The fish and pasta combination didn't work for us at all. Sorry - won't be making this again.

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rgjunck January 10, 2010

Excellent flavor. Made with penne. Will make again, maybe add some good smoked chorizo and more spinach and onions. Did not have a sweet onion, so I caramelized the yellow onion to simulate the sweetness. Thanks for the great recipe!

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K & c June 07, 2009

This is one of my favorite new recipe's! It is so easy, mostly healthy, and delicious I can make it a regular. Thanks for posting it. Keep up the good cooking!

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Peewee deluxe January 21, 2009
Sole Fish Layered Casserole