Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Our favorite way to enjoy sole. Serve with pasta and a salad....yum

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
  2. Heat olive oil and butter in non stick skillet over medium high heat.
  3. Dredge sole in flour.
  4. Mix eggs, parmesan and salt.
  5. Dip floured sole into egg batter and place in hot pan.
  6. Cook sole in batches being careful not to crowd in pan.
  7. Cook until nicely browned (1 1/2 minutes per side).
  8. Remove to oven safe platter and keep warm in oven.
  9. Repeat adding more oil and butter to pan as needed until all are cooked.
  10. When done, add lemon juice, garlic, marsala and corn starch to pan stirring until thickened.
  11. Place sauce over sole and cut up lemon and sprinkle over sole.
Most Helpful

This was terrific. I used tilapia and substituted sauvignon blanc for marsala because I had them on hand. I used a light sprinkle of garlic powder instead of the garlic because I wasn't looking for much garlic flavor in my francese sauce. Next time I will make a slurry of the cornstarch - as I usually do - I wasn't thinking and added it straight to the pan and ended up with clumps that had to be strained.

vmh1978 August 05, 2009

This variation had a little too much breading for my taste, the fish flavor was lost. Also the sauce ingredients should be pre- mixed together before adding them to the hot pan or you get a lumpy mess.

happyhousewife March 21, 2007

I consider sole to be one of the best most versatile fish to cook, and this recipe, although nice, spoils the delicate flavour of the fish and replaces it with a parmesan eggy taste. The garlic/wine/ lemon sauce is tasty but personally, i think this lovely fish deserves a simple pan fry in butter and lemon to get the best of the fish's flavour.

EddieGib April 23, 2016