Category - Dover Sole
Dover sole is one of those fish that look too skinny to eat. However they contain a superb amount of flesh. They a long, slipper-shaped flatfish with a small head, light-brown mottled skin and a creamy underside. The meat is firm but delicate and flavourful with a meaty texture.
It’s traditionally skinned on the darker side only, leaving the white skin of the underside in place. The skin separates easily from the flesh and the flesh falls easily from the bone. Recipes including Dover Sole Meuniere and Dover Sole with Clams are firm favourites. When breaded and gently pan fried you have a dish that is absolutely superb.