I almost never like garlic with delicate fish like sole. Keep the garlic, trade in the sole for something more robust, or even canned tuna and white beans/or, keep the sole and lose the garlic, add a little chervil or parsley to make the flavour more complex.
Fillet of Sole with Spinach & Tomatoes
Fish, spinach, tomatoes and garlic combine classically in a quick, delicious supper. Serve with steamed new potatoes and a glass of white wine.
3 Reviews for Fillet of Sole with Spinach & Tomatoes
I have made this recipe using either spinach or swiss chard, and both are tasty, despite being "so good for you" in terms of nutrition. This recipe takes very little time to prepare, but looks and tastes like a specialty of some posh, up-scale chef. Certainly good enough to serve to guests, especially those who are diabetic or who need low-calorie, low-fat meals. Highly recommended!
This is 'okay'.... if I make it again I will slightly wilt/saute the spinach, garlic and tomatoes
together and add some fresh herbs before layering with the fish. I didn't care for the
taste of the garlic which seemed harsh.
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