Elise's Dover Sole

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Elise's Dover Sole



Take about 1-2 lbs of sole and in a casserole dish put some olive oil on the bottom (this is like a fish lasagna of sort). Put a layer of sole and then sauté up whatever veggies you like, leek, yellow zucchini, etc. and place another layer on top of the sole. Place some cheese on top of that and so on until you have a stacked fish and veggie lasagna with cheese on the top. I like provolone, it has a nice bite to it. Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or until the top is nice and brown and bubbly like lasagna.
Joy's Dover Sole
In a saucepan I melt butter and sauté fresh basil, salt, and chopped garlic. (you can use olive oil instead of butter). Pour some of the mixture into baking dish, lay sole on top and pour the rest of the mixture over it. Bake or broil it until done, not very long at all. Maybe 8-12 minutes.
After rinsing your fish try to get as much of the water out as you can (pat dry, etc.), otherwise the fish will stay rather soggy.