Lemon Sole (Whole)
Lemon Sole (Whole)

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Lemon Sole (Whole)

From £14.00 Per Fish £35.00 per KG

Lemon sole is delicious fish that interestingly is neither a real sole, nor does it taste of lemon. It is a member of the plaice family, although it eats closer to Dover Sole than Plaice. It has delicate, sweet white flesh and is best cooked simply, either grilled or fried, and served with a light sauce and (of course) a squeeze of lemon! We can prepare the whole fish to suit your dish, either whole or pan-ready, with skin on or off depending on your taste. One whole fish will work as a sharing starter for 2 or a generous main course for 1.

  • Landed daily across all the main south west markets, including Newlyn and Plymouth
  • We source net-caught day boat fish
  • Low calorie, low fat and high protein fish, which also contains plenty of minerals and vitamins
  • Delicious when lightly oiled, seasoned and baked whole in the oven or under the grill

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Recipes & Cooking

Whole lemon sole are fantastic to bake. Score the skin and lightly oil and season before putting into a very hot oven for about 15 minutes. You could cook the whole fish along with potatoes and your favourite vegetables, as a whole meal in a tray. We love lemon sole with Mediterranean vegetables like red onions, peppers and tomatoes.

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Health & Nutrition

Lemon sole is low in calories and fat and high in protein. It can also provide you with B vitamins, and minerals including magenesium and phosphorous. It is a good cource of Omega 3 oils, providing 140 mg per 100g fillet.

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Sustainability & Provenance

Lemon Sole is landed in significant volumes around the south west coast and is an important commercial species. It is fished for by beam trawl and demeral trawl as well as netted. We source net caught, day boat lemon sole as this is the most sustainable catch method. Read more