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Dilled Sole with Almonds

"I make this attractive and delicious dish fairly often because I can have it ready in less than half an hour. Served with a fresh vegetable and simple cooked potatoes, we have a healthy meal. The seasonings blend for a nice flavor, and the fish remains moist. -Bonnie Baumgardner, Sylva, North Carolina"
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20 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. In a shallow dish, combine the first three ingredients. Coat both sides of fillets with mixture. In a skillet, melt 1 tablespoon butter; stir in the dill. Add fillets; cook for 2-3 minutes on each side or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Remove and keep warm.
  2. Add almonds and remaining butter to the skillet; cook and stir for 4 minutes or until lightly browned. Sprinkle over fish. Serve with lemon if desired.

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This was good, not sure how in love I am with the texture of the cornmeal on fish, but still a good recipe. I found the dill was heavier from one piece of fish to another, even tho I had stirre...

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Not sure what i did wrong - perhaps the heat was too low when I put them in the pan, but this was too greasy and not as light as I had wanted it to be.

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This was good, not sure how in love I am with the texture of the cornmeal on fish, but still a good recipe. I found the dill was heavier from one piece of fish to another, even tho I had stirre...

This was SO good! I tripled the recipe, but even still I used a good bit more dill than called for. I used sliced almonds instead of slivered because that's all I had. While the almonds were ...

Corn meal coating makes for a crispy outside with a tender moist inside. Loved it.

Really Simple, Fantastic recipe - quick to get together, quick & easy to cook, especially on Cast Iron. Very Tasty, and I'm glad I found it!

The cornmeal wouldn't really stick to the fish so dipped each piece in an egg wash and recoated. Worked great! I also added another tablespoon or so of dill to the pan while making the almond to...

Not sure what i did wrong - perhaps the heat was too low when I put them in the pan, but this was too greasy and not as light as I had wanted it to be.

A great way to make Dover Sole. Although I am a fish lover, my husband can take it or leave it. He was very complimentary of this dish, so I felt that was a real accomplishment. Since Dover S...

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Quick, very easy, healthy and it tastes great. I make it all the time!