The lemon sole (Microstomus kitt) is a flatfish of the family Pleuronectidae. It is native to shallow seas around Northern Europe, where it lives on stony bottoms down to depths of about 200 metres (660 ft). It grows up to 65 centimetres (26 in) in length and reaches about 3 kilograms (6.6 lb) in weight. It is a popular food fish .


Four 4-ounce skinless sole or flounder fillets. Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. Flour for dredging. 5 tablespoons cold unsalted butter, cut into ...

Nov 2, 2016 ... I would like to show you how to cook a lemon sole fish. It's very simple recipe. I have a Lemon sole without head and tail. I cut it into four pieces.


This is a pretty basic recipe but it is just delicious! You can use lemon pepper in place of black pepper.


Jul 27, 2012 ... Pan-Seared Lemon Sole. ... it's simple, like so many classic preparations are, but it's our go-to way to prepare delicate fish filets of all kinds.


Toss lemon sole fillets in flour, salt and pepper, fry in butter and olive oil and serve with some beautiful greens and a squeeze of lemon juice… perfect!


Know here in New England as “dabs” when sold as whole fish, the Lemon Sole is one of the most familiar of all ground fishes in the Gulf of Maine.


Lemon sole is a misnomer since it's neither a real sole, nor does it taste of lemon. ... A healthy and delicious alternative to takeaway fish and chips: flaky fish in ...


Feb 3, 2015 ... Simple cooking can be spectacular, like this super-simple recipe for tray baked lemon sole: cooked in the oven with lemon and fresh parsley.