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Absolutely awesome. I used real tomatoes like the recipe said, only way to go imo. Delicious!Read More
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Not bad. The leeks were a little bit strange with the other flavors, and the fish didn't look very appetizing either. This isn't something I'll be making again, but thanks anyway!Read More
Absolutely awesome. I used real tomatoes like the recipe said, only way to go imo. Delicious!
My version is a little different. I still had sole but my tomatoes were canned, my leeks were onions, No wine, I used the tomato juice off the diced tomatoes. No thyme but I did have fresh cilantro. I served mine over basmati rice. For the purest that doesn't think changing a recipe makes for a good review I believe it just goes to show how versatile this recipe really is.
Totally Awesome! My husband said."It's so Gourmet." I used Talapia instead of Sole.
This recipe is definitely a keeper! I think it is incredibly easy, fast, and inexpensive considering I'm just a college student. Definitely purchase some sole when it's in season (as I did). I had to adjust the amount of ingredients used because sole can be an extremely thin fish, so I purchased more than the 2 fillets which the recipe calls for. I used a white wine that I knew was delicious and actually left out the thyme because I didn't want to spend money on two herbs. GREAT recipe.
Yum! I used thin slices of flounder and cooked for 5 minutes. I also didn't have any dill or thyme, so I used this "Asian Seafood Seasoning" that I had on hand (from Whole Foods). Plus I used onions instead of leeks. I served it with butternut squash torellini. It was fabulous. My 2 year old even liked it!
This is definately a keeper! I used Tilapia because I couldn't find fresh sole, and used canned tomatoes because I had those already. It was delicious! Thanks!! Plus it gave me an excuse to buy some wine..
Tasty, easy. Added more garlic because we love it. Thanks!
This was a really nice dish! I didn't have fresh tomatoes on hand so I used canned, but it still turned out great.
Not bad. The leeks were a little bit strange with the other flavors, and the fish didn't look very appetizing either. This isn't something I'll be making again, but thanks anyway!
I thought this was tasty with a couple of minor tweaks. I didn't have fresh tomatoes so used 1 can of diced tomatoes which I drained the juice off of. Family doesn't like dill, so I substituted 1 tsp of cumin, which we love. Also added a pinch of salt, white pepper and a small dash of cayenne just to give it a little kick. Very easy, quick and the family (including the 3 YO) loved it.
This recipe was great!!
very good. used vegitable broth and was great with flounder.
I found it flavorless and bland. I will never make it again
It was AWESOME! A very good recipe that I encourage to everyone! :]
Quick and easy! Everyone in the family loved it. The second time I made it, I used onions instead of leeks. Still good!
It was very bland, needed salt and perhaps other seasoning. Maybe more wine would help.
It was great, everything was fresh, I sprinkle a little salt and pepper on it and celery seeds on the fish before placing it on the veggies.., I need to make a larger amount next time !
This was easy to make, flavorful & the fish was tender & flakey. Everyone in my family liked it. I served it with couscous & it was a perfect combo.
Definitely a keeper! I followed the recipe exactly. I think it would have been even better with fresh dill and thyme. Yummmmm!
Got some Dover sole on sale and chose this recipe for it. Quite good, and there was plenty of sauce left to serve it with pasta. I used a can of diced tomatoes instead of fresh because that was all I had on hand, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I'll probably make this again the next time I have sole to use up.
I doubled the recipe because I had guests over for dinner. The finished dish did need more seasoning. I think what changes I need to make next time is to season the fish with salt, freshly ground pepper and garlic powder to give it more flavor. Because once I add the sole fillets over the veggies, the extra seasoning can mix in with the entire dish as well. I also think I needed to boil/simmer the wine down a little more. I will try this again, but with adjustments of course.
Simply the best. I did add a German spice, 1 TBL Tomatengewurz. But it would have been great even without it.
Made this tonight. Delicious! Didn't have sole so used flounder, which turnd out great. We'll definitely make this again.
Super easy and quick. I omitted the dill because I don't like it and substituted vermouth for the wine because that is what I had on hand.
Followed the recipe and it was lovely!
This was awesome. I too used canned tomatoes, which I think extended the time it took for the sauce to reduce because of the extra liquid. I also halved the herbs, as I tend to get overwhelmed by the amounts of thyme and dill people use in fish recipes. I used salmon, since that was what I had. Even with all these convenient little changes, this was a spectacular meal with the kind of creative use of leeks that I like :)
Easy and really good. I used canned diced tomatoes and red onion instead of leeks, because that's what I had at home. Fish came out very good and tender. Sauce was delicious. Served over wild rice mix with veggies.