How to cook Stuffed Sole

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Yakuta

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First what is Sole, I know it's a white fish but I am not sure about it's flavor. Can anyone give me some insight. I am a big Tilapia, Trout and Salmon fan so this is a new one for me.

Also the sole fillets I have are a gift from Omaha Steaks and they came stuffed with crab meat and scallops. I am not sure how to cook them.

Does anyone make stuffed fish fillets and if so what do you do with them. I am not sure if they are seasoned or not, I can't tell but I like my food well seasoned and not plain so if anyone has any ideas on a simple sauce that would go well on it I would be greatly appreciate.
 

Weeks

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According to Culinary Artistry, Sole tastes best with:

butter
cream
garlic
lemon
mushrooms
mustard(?)
onions
parsley
shallots
truffles
and especially white wine (in bold)

Cooking methods preferred are braise and broil. *shrugs* From that I'd say broil it in a compound butter sauce using garlic, lemon, shrooms, shallots and white wine. Add some tomatoes to the pan afterwards and deglaze/thicken the sauce in the pan. What would go good with it, though... lemon rice pilaf? (white rice with lemon butter and black pepper) Perhaps that and a generous portion of mixed steamed veggies.
 

mudbug

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Yakuta said:
Also the sole fillets I have are a gift from Omaha Steaks and they came stuffed with crab meat and scallops. I am not sure how to cook them.

If some instructions did not arrive with your gift, call Omaha Steaks up or check their website for some ideas.
 

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