Recipes & Cooking
For those not so keen on eating fish on the bone Dover sole fillets are amazing. Lightly season and oil and cook skin side down under the grill or in a medium hot pan - they will only take a few minutes. Serve with new potatoes and dress with a little melted butter and capers. Alternatively you could it à la meunière, which is a classic Dover sole dish, the French equivalent to our fish and chips!
Health & Nutrition
Dover sole is an excellent source of Omega 3 oils, containing 644 mg per 100g edible fish. It is also rich in vitamins including Niacin and B 12, and important minerals including phosphorous, magnesium and potassium.
Sustainability & Provenance
Thanks to this successful sole recovery plan, populations are healthy in our area and Dover sole is 'Recommended' on the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide. Read more