fillet of sole

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Synonyms for fillet of sole

lean flesh of any of several flatfish

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From delicate fillet of sole to flavorful salmon, Fish proves it's easy to fix fish with flair.
Ricotta Pudding, Chicken Cacciatore, Baked Fillet of Sole in Wine Sauce, and Cannoli, to list just a few.
Thieme prepared a braised fillet of sole with a tangerine reduction sauce and vegetable chiffonade.
Fillet of sole, sauteed to a delicate golden brown, is nothing more than a piece of dead fish fried in fat.
Should your guest order a beef dish while you order a delicate fillet of sole or trout, for example, ask the waiter which wines are served by the glass.
Cajun Fillet of Sole features a cream sauce straight from Bourbon Street, but without the hot spices normally associated with New Orleans cuisine.
SWISS Business guests will enjoy delights such as smoked trout tartlet or fillet of sole with Swabian potato dumplings and saffron sauce, while SWISS First travellers can sample such treats as lobster with carrot mousse or chicken and quail roulade.
You can get a buzz after eating a beautiful fillet of sole dinner," she said.
The fillet of sole meunire, spinach and lemon caper sauce "nioise " (another signature dish, and a pounds 10 supplement) was plump and regal, the naked flesh lying back on a light bed of spinach waiting to be ravished.
Alongside a daily specials board, main courses include: roasted shank of lamb glazed with honey' pan fried seabass in lemon and dill butter' and fillet of sole with shrimp and cognac cream.
Starter: Fillet of Sole Eugenie, duet of sole and King Crab, medley of vegetables au jus and its crispy sauce Eugenie.
Although he's a talented weekend cook in his own right, MacLeod's TV daughter slipped this flavorful Stuffed Fillet of Sole into his recipe book.
Cajun Fillet of Sole with spicy cream sauce has been brought out under the Smart Pouch line of gourmet fish and seafood products introduced by inventor-entrepreneur Kay Wright, president of Rogers, Arkansas, USA-headquartered Food Talk, Inc.
But fillet of sole harvested by Dutch vessels from the North Sea costs even more -- 290 francs a kilo.
But the Palace menu had a French flavour, with duck consomme, fillet of sole, venison and ice-cream bombe glacee, with fine wines.