Monday, September 14, 2009

Baked Dover Sole...

Easy as 1-2-3. First, I rinse my fish and pat it dry with a paper towel. I line my broiling pan with foil (for easy clean up) and then I spray it with a non-stick. Second, I lay my fillets down and sprinkle them with Lawry's seasoning salt and a smidge of pepper and a squeeze of fresh lemon. Third, and last, I bake it on 400 for about 15 minutes until the fish is no longer translucent and the juices are clear. Done, told you it was easy.. 1-2-3 easy :)

* I purchase my Dover Sole at Trader Joe's, it is wild caught and then frozen and I often keep it in my freezer for last minute dinners since it's so quick and takes minimal prep. I do defrost mine on the countertop or in a bowl of cold water.

6 comments:

Diana said...

This sounds amazing! I am trying this and the banana bread today.

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Anonymous said...

delicious and i LOVE easy recipes! Thank you!

Nancy Noonan said...

Loved this for many reason - the ease plus tastes great & healthy
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Awesome quick recipe! Funny enough I was looking for one to use with the Dover sole I bought from trader Joe's ... Thanks!

Anonymous said...

nice, thank you. :) i got my TJ Dover ready to go!