Crispy Pan-Fried Sole
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- In a shallow bowl, beat eggs. In another shallow bowl, combine the following four ingredients.
- Dip the fish pieces into the crumbs, into the egg, and than into the crumbs again. Pat crumbs into fish fillets.
- In 12-inch non-stick skillet, heat 1 tablespoon butter and 1 tablespoon oil until butter melts. Add 2 pieces of fish and cook. Only turn fish once while browning both sides, approximately 6 minutes.
- When fillets are golden brown add remaining butter, oil, and fish. Repeat the steps above to cook fillets.
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FABULOUS! Loved it! Used dried thyme and added some crushed red peppers and garlic powder in the breading. LOVED it!! Directions were spot on. Will definitely make again. Also my first time eating sole (and didn't know it was a close relative to flounder) and LOVED it! Thanks for a great recipe and an introduction to a new fish!
I made this on the weekend as I had family in town who all love fish. I love sole and I loved preparing it this way, I too added extra spice after reading other reviews but this was excellent. It had a wonderful crunchy coating with nice flaky fish inside. I served it with a salad and potato wedges. I also squeezed some fresh lemon over it all. A very light, easy to prepare meal that was totally delicious. Thanks for sharing :)