Chili Rubbed Sole with Greens and Chickpeas

You know how I told you that you would be seeing a lot more fish around these parts?

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Well here is fish numero dos: wild caught sole.

I have a confession to make.

I can’t recall ever having had sole before. I’m slightly ashamed. But when I saw it crop up on Evan’s blog twice this past week, I new I wanted to give it a try. And where better of a place to start than with his recipes?

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I basically melded the two recipes in to one:

Chili Rubbed Sole with Greens and Chickpeas

Ingredients

    1 lb sole
    1 tsp chili powder
    1 T olive oil
    1 T butter
    2 cans chickpeas, drained and rinsed
    2 16-oz bags of frozen chopped greens (I used spinach and mustard greens)
    Juice of 1 lemon
    1/4 tsp salt
    pepper to taste

Directions

Rub sole with chili powder.

In a skillet, over medium heat, heat butter and oil. Add sole. Saute 1 minute. Flip fillets. Saute 1 more minute or until flaky.

Stir in the remaining ingredients and heat through.

Number of Servings: 4

The stellar nutritionals found here.

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This recipe gets another “Stupid Easy” mark.

Sauté the sole in a oil/butter mix. Really, you don’t need much. Just enough to coat the pan.

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The fish cooks up quickly so keep an eye on it!

My frozen greens came to the rescue again!

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I elected to use mustard greens and spinach instead of just spinach to give it the dish a bit more dimension. If you have never had mustard greens (fresh or frozen), you must try them. They are quite unique. If I had to place the flavor, I think I would say they taste, I don’t know, maybe a bit … mustardy?

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The fish flakes apart in to really small pieces. The husband didn’t even really realize that there was fish in it until I mentioned something. “Hu, I thought it tasted a bit fishy.”

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7 Responses

  1. Small correction, you have had Sole and you’ve got soul…ha ha funny how I did that…Seriously I’ve made you Sole Florentine and Stuffed Sole, you just didn’t know what you were eating (cause I’m sneaky like that).

  2. A nickel’s worth of goulash beats a five dollar can of vitamines. ~Martin H. Fischer

  3. beautiful chickpea recipe 🙂 i like such dishes 🙂

  4. That looks really great! I really like sole first off and then the chili rubbed on it would give it such a good flavaor

  5. Love the flavours – nice exotic touch. Must give this a try since looks so good!

  6. This looks wonderful! I bet I could make this with some of the fish my dad catches.

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