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Sole with Garlic-Almond-Caper Sauce

March/April 2013

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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.


Sole with Garlic-Almond-Caper Sauce

6 Reviews for Sole with Garlic-Almond-Caper Sauce

04/21/2015
Anonymous
best fish recipe!!!

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

easy recipe, handy ingrediants and all fresh
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04/21/2015
Anonymous
best fish recipe!!!

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

easy recipe, handy ingrediants and all fresh
Comments
04/21/2015
Anonymous
best fish recipe!!!

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

easy recipe, handy ingrediants and all fresh
Comments
04/21/2015
Anonymous
best fish recipe!!!

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

easy recipe, handy ingrediants and all fresh
Comments
06/30/2013
Anonymous
Great flavor

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.

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