Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sole Special

This is a delish fish dish I wish my mother made more often. She made this a little while ago, and it is quick and simple but incredibly different. It was also a little something different for us because sole is not a type of fish we consume very often, so it was a change from the typical haddock, tuna, and salmon. Basically, she took some fresh sole cut into strips, put it in a casserole dish with some sliced onions, a little olive oil, and ground black pepper, and baked it until it was cooked to perfection. Pretty basic, right? Well, sometimes the basics are the most successful and the tastiest, and why there are, essentially, the base of great dishes. Therefore, this dish is very versatile and can be served with a variety of different side dishes. Any types of vegetables - salad, ratatouille, roasted vegetables, stir-fry; and with potatoes, rice, pasta, polenta, bread, or a pilaf as a starch dish. 

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