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Baked breaded sole with cherry tomatoes

Baked breaded sole with cherry tomatoes

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Baked breaded sole with cherry tomatoes and asparagus paté is a healthy and tasty second course. The light, egg-free bread-crumb coating produces a crunchy, golden crust on the outside, but keeps them moist and soft inside. The addition of cherry tomatoes dressed with Prelibato rosé, and the asparagus sauce, produces a fragrant and refined dish.

Ingredients for 2 people

Fresh sole 2 fillets (can also use frozen fillets)
Breadcrumbs 60 g
1/2 lemon
Parsley a sprig
Extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp
Salt
Cherry tomatoes 10 count
Prelibato rosé vinegar 3 tbsp
Asparagus paté 4 tbsp
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Preparation

Remove the skin from the sole fillets, or ask your fishmonger to do that. Pass them quickly underwater and pat them gently with absorbent paper.

In a dish, mix the juice of a half lemon, a pinch of salt, and 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil. Place the sole fillet in the dish to flavor and coat them well, turning a couple of times.

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Pour the breadcrumbs on a flat plate and bread the sole on both sides, repeat with the remaining sole.

Place the sole fillets on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and season with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Bake in a preheated oven at 200 ° C for about 15-20 minutes.

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Meanwhile, wash the parsley and chop it. Then wash the cherry tomatoes, cut them into small pieces – concassér cut – then add the vinegar, parsley, and salt, and leave them to marinate.

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When the sole fillets are cooked, place them in the center of a flat dish. Then place the tomatoes on one side and 2 tablespoons of asparagus paté on the other side of the dish.

Sprinkle with chopped parsley and serve.

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Tips

You can use other fish as you like, for example seabream, cod, and monkfish; just change the cooking times accordingly. For this recipe I recommend using asparagus paté, because it provides a velvety texture that pairs well with the aroma of cherry tomatoes and Prelibato rosé. If you prefer, you can use olive tapenade and artichoke paté as alternatives.

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