First time cooking sole. Because the fish is so very delicate I wanted a fancy sauce, but one that didn't "get in your face." This worked perfectly. Glad to see that it can be used on other fish as sole isn't easy to come by in these parts.
Sole with Garlic-Almond-Caper Sauce
From EatingWell: March/April 2013
In this quick fish recipe, seasoned fillets of sole (or flounder) are sautéed in a hot skillet and topped with a simple sauce of sautéed garlic, slivered almonds, capers and lemon juice—a riff on sole meunière. This is a very simple dish but all your ingredients need to be ready by the stove because it cooks quickly once you turn on the heat.
4 Reviews for Sole with Garlic-Almond-Caper Sauce
substituted red snapper and chopped pecans and it was a huge hit alongside some rice pilaf. the seasoning is great and also added a touch a white wine to set off the floral bouquet. will do next time and make in tacos with slaw
We weren't able to find sole so used black cod - oh so moist and good. The result didn't look anything like the picture but tasted great! I used half the amount of fish, flour and egg mixtures but the whole sauce recipe.
We used haddock....all I can say is very worth making...have made it twice...tasty....and even re-heated it was good.