Recipes & Cooking
Pan ready lemon sole, as you would expect can be cooked in a pan! We recommend you use a pan that can go in the oven too, as starting off on the hob and finishing the cooking in the oven is like a 'best of both worlds'. You get the caramelisation from the heat on the hob and can finish off the cooking in a hot oven. Score the dark skin on the fish and cook with a little oil or butter dark skin down until brown and caramelised. Then flip over and finish off in the oven. Serve with new potatoes, asparagus and parsley butter.
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 magnesium and phosphorous. It is a good source of Omega 3 oils, providing 140 mg per 100g fillet.
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