Classic Dover SoleCode: D2190
Why is Dover sole so celebrated in gastronomic circles? Because it tastes blummin’ marvellous, that’s why. Mild, buttery, sweet as a nut. But as with all fish it has to be super-fresh. We supply many top establishments so you won’t find better sole anywhere. We skin, trim and dispatch fish the day they arrive. All you have to do is toss in flour and fry in butter for a classic Sole Meuniere, or throw under the grill for less calories. Enjoy.
x 2 Soles
RECIPE FOR BBQ’D DOVER SOLE
One hour before cooking, remove your fish from the fridge and firmly pat the fish dry to remove as much surface moisture as possible. This will stop it sticking to the grill bars and help give it a lovely golden crust.
Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC and char-grill on to full heat.
Lightly dust your fish with the flour and pat off the excess. Season lightly with the sea salt and black pepper.
Gently lay the fish onto the grill and leave for one minute on each side. Place onto a lightly buttered oven tray and finish cooking in the oven for 8 – 10 minutes.
By marking the fish on a high heat you will get a smokey char grilled flavour and you can gently finish cooking the fish in the oven. If you cooked the fish completely on the grill it will become tough, dry out and burn the skin. It is also less likely to stick.
Remove from the oven, straight on to a serving dish and top with the wild garlic, rosemary and salted anchovy butter and wedges of lemon.
Dover Sole (FISH)
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Toss the fish in seasoned flour, fry in butter over medium heat for 3 minutes per side, add a squeeze of lemon and serve with the pan juices.