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Pacific Sole with Oranges & Pecans

August/September 2005, EatingWell Serves Two, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (39 votes)

Not so long ago, Dover sole meant an overcooked fillet swimming in butter, dotted with tasteless dried herbs and soaked in too much lemon juice. But sole deserves a comeback: it can become a satisfying, sophisticated, one-skillet dinner with very little effort. The recipe can easily be doubled.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Solid recipe. I used red snapper instead because it was on sale at the store. I felt the marinade needed a bit of sweetness to balance out the citrus and vinegar so I added a touch of maple syrup! "
Pacific Sole with Oranges & Pecans Recipe

8 Reviews for Pacific Sole with Oranges & Pecans

07/07/2014
This recipe convinced my husband!

I prepared this as part of the 1200-calorie meal plan. It was so tasty and filling that my husband is sold on healthier supper meals. I used Alaskan cod. Fantastic!

Delicious, filling
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07/07/2014
This recipe convinced my husband!

I prepared this as part of the 1200-calorie meal plan. It was so tasty and filling that my husband is sold on healthier supper meals. I used Alaskan cod. Fantastic!

Delicious, filling
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03/24/2014
Better then I taught

Soooooo easy and very tasty. I did it with tilapia (more flavour). That sauce is so easy and it was super easy to do.

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07/26/2012
Anonymous
Okay...I guess

I was actually disappointed with this dish. It was horrible, but it was just okay. My family did not like it too much because there was not enough flavor to it. So personally, no I would not recommend it.

Easy to cook, fast.
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02/25/2012
Awesome Dish

I thought this dish was very good, especially since I normally do not care much for fish. I used 1 Tbs of lemon juice as I cooked my fish and used tilapia instead of sole. It is definitely a dish I will make again!

Very flavorful with very little sauce
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