"These fresh fillets are filled with small, cooked shrimp, and baked. This recipe can be doubled, or even tripled." — CHRISTYJ
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thinly sliced green onion
dry white wine
4 (6 ounce) fillets
cooked salad shrimp
salt to taste
ground black pepper to taste
This was very easy to make. A nice way to use sole. The only change I made to the recipe was adding a bit of red pepper to the sauce. Very tasty.. will make again.
This would be a five star recipe if you use a different fish and don’t use the drippings to make the sauce. If this recipe looks good to you but you don’t like fishy tasting fish just make these small changes. Either make sure you are using DOVER SOLE (only sole that is not fishy!) or use Orange Roughy. Or just any white fish that is extremely mild. And to make the sauce double the lemon juice mixture and use half for cooking the fish and the other half for making the sauce. Then the sauce is excellent (on lots of things) and there is no fishy tasting anything!!!! You can also replace the shrimp for crab if you choose.
Awesome, awesome, awesome. I am going make it again this weekend.
Simply amazing!!! This recipe is so easy to make, and tastes absolutely amazing! My partner is a frenchman, and very fussy about food, and he loves this dish...as do several friends we've had over for dinner! Tastes great just following the recipe, or you can adjust the wine or the lemon, or any of the ingredients for that matter, to suit your tastes. Fool proof and one worth adding to your recipe book!!! 5 Stars definitely!!
This recipe was a little hard to make. It did taste very good though. The only think that I dident like about it was the strong after taste, other than that, it was very yummy!
We liked this. I was in a hurry so did not make the sauce - but the fish still tasted great. I also made a change. Since I didn't have shrimp in the house, I made a filling out of canned salmon instead (1 can of salmon, 1 garlic clove, 1 tbsp lemon juice, salt and pepper). We liked it!
Excellent: We had this recipe for dinner tonight . It was easy and took the same cooking time as boiling the new red potatoes. and DH said it was very good. Next time I would spicy up the sauce with a bit of hot sauce or peppers. Loved it. price wise - the sole cost 2.67 on sale and the shrimp cost 2.06. Pretty gourmet for $4.73 lees
This fish tasted good until I put the sauce over it..then it was too fishy. I wanted the sole because it had little fish flavor. I don't like fish much.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 73
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