Dover Sole w/ Long Grain and Wild Rice and Baby Carrots

January 20, 2021 at 7:15 PM | Posted in fish, Sea to Table, seafood | Leave a comment
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Today’s Menu: Dover Sole w/ Long Grain and Wild Rice and Baby Carrots



For Breakfast this morning I Poached an Egg that I served on a toasted Thomas Light English Muffin, fried up 2 slices of Turkey Spam, and made a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. 33 degrees and partly sunny out today. After I ate I went and picked up Breakfast for Mom at McDonald’s. Dropped that off to Mom back at the house and headed back out. I filled Mom’s car up with gas, stopped by the car wash and swept the floors and seats, then went through the Postal Drive Up Window and picked up some Stamp Booklets for her. Just feels good to get out and do a few things! For Dinner tonight I prepared Dover Sole w/ Long Grain and Wild Rice and Baby Carrots.



I purchased a few items from Sea to Table and had them in the freezer. I took a package of the West Coast Dover Sole and sat it in the fridge overnight to thaw. Sole is a flaky and mild flavored fish with a sweet flavor. As the other Sea to Table Products it comes frozen with 4 fillets per package. I’m preparing all 4 of the fillets. To make tonight’s dish I’ll need; McCormick Grinders of Sea Salt and Peppercorn Medley, Lemon Juice, and Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs. I washed the Fillets off in cold water. Then seasoned them with the Sea Salt and Peppercorn Medley. Then rolled the Fillets in the Bread Crumbs and let sit for 5 minutes. Next I got a large skillet and sprayed it with Pam Non Stick Spray and heated it on medium heat. As the skillet was heating up I added 1 1/2 tablespoons of Extra Light Olive Oil. With the skillet heated I added the 2 fillets. As they started cooking I drizzled a bit of Lemon Juice across both fillets along with Dried Parsley. I cooked them for 3 minutes then flipped them over and continued cooking them for another 3 minutes, until both sides were a beautiful golden brown.



Fried up perfect, nice crust. The Sole is flaky with a light sweet taste to it. Excellent Fish, look forward to having it again soon!






For 1 side I prepared a packet of Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice Long Grain and Wild. It comes in a microwavable bag. I microwaved it for 90 seconds and done! I guess my favorite among the Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice, all though I love using them all. An easy to fix item, just microwave for 90 seconds and it’s ready. I love Rice and it pairs perfectly with Fish.



Then I also heated up a can of Kroger Brand Whole Baby Carrots. These are so much easier to prepare than boiling fresh Baby Carrots, and they taste just as fresh and good. I also baked a Garlic Oval Loaf Bread. For Dessert/Snack later a bowl of Skinny Pop – Pop Corn with a Diet Peach Snapple to drink.








Sea to Table West Coast Dover Sole

Hand filleted, boneless, flash frozen…….

* Why We Love It: Similar to other flatfish such as fluke, Dover Sole has a sweet flavor with a flaky and delicate texture – perfect for a simple yet eye-catching plate. Unlike the European Dover Sole, West Coast Dover Sole is a member of the flounder family.
* Cooking Tip: For a classic French-inspired meal, pan sauté in a butter and caper sauce, sprinkle with parsley and serve with asparagus and roasted potatoes. Get the recipe.
* Where It’s From: Dover Sole, rated as a Best Choice by Seafood Watch, is from Astoria, Oregon, a small fishing town of about 10,000 people located at the mouth of the Columbia River just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean.
* Meet Our West Coast Dover Sole
West Coast Dover Sole (or Microstomus pacificus for our fellow fish nerds) cooks up quickly with sweet, delicate, and flaky fillets that deserve a place on your table.

What to Do
1. Defrost slow and steady. Move Dover Sole to the fridge 24 hours before you plan to cook it.

2. Season well. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and any other spices included in your recipe. Pro Tip: Dover Sole is delicious coated in flour and sautéed.

3. Watch for curling. If your fish fillets are curling up in the pan, feel free to apply light pressure with a spatula.

4. Get cooking already!

Our Guarantee: We care about the fish you eat and work closely with our supply partners to provide you with the very best. If you are not 100% satisfied, we will replace or refund any item within 30 days.

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