Recipe by HamiltonGrills
"Delicate sole fillets are simmered in a sauce of thyme, dill, tomato, and wine."
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dry white wine
dried dill weed
2 (6 ounce) fillets
Absolutely awesome. I used real tomatoes like the recipe said, only way to go imo. Delicious!
I found it flavorless and bland. I will never make it again
Totally Awesome! My husband said."It's so Gourmet." I used Talapia instead of Sole.
Yum! I used thin slices of flounder and cooked for 5 minutes. I also didn't have any dill or thyme, so I used this "Asian Seafood Seasoning" that I had on hand (from Whole Foods). Plus I used onions instead of leeks. I served it with butternut squash torellini. It was fabulous. My 2 year old even liked it!
Tasty, easy. Added more garlic because we love it. Thanks!
This is definately a keeper! I used Tilapia because I couldn't find fresh sole, and used canned tomatoes because I had those already. It was delicious! Thanks!! Plus it gave me an excuse to buy some wine..
This recipe was great!!
I thought this was tasty with a couple of minor tweaks. I didn't have fresh tomatoes so used 1 can of diced tomatoes which I drained the juice off of. Family doesn't like dill, so I substituted 1 tsp of cumin, which we love. Also added a pinch of salt, white pepper and a small dash of cayenne just to give it a little kick. Very easy, quick and the family (including the 3 YO) loved it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sole Steamed with Tomato-Leek Sauce
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 328
** Calories from Fat: 84
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