Lemon sole rolls
Lemon sole is a very special flatfish common on the tables of the nations of both sides of the English Channel and in the Benelux countries. It is a real feast and suitable for every opportunity when having a wonderful dinner. The recipe comes from the new Icelandic Cookbook and is for two persons:
400 g lemon sole fillets
50 g mushrooms
50 g fresh spinach leaves
50 g butter
2 tbsp oil
½ dl white wine
50 g blue cheese
1 dl cream
100 g spaghetti
1 tbsp oil for frying
1 tsb coarse salt.
Wash and dry the spinach leaves. Cut the mushrooms. Sautée the spinach leaves in oil and season with salt and pepper. Fry the mushrooms in butter seasoned with salt. Set aside
Bone the fillets of lemon sole and season with salt and pepper. Boil the spaghetti and cool. Chop the onion and fry in butter until soft. Pour in the wine, followed by the cheese and finally the cream. Allow to simmer and season with salt and pepper.
Arrange the spinach and the mushrooms on the fillets and roll them up. Pack the rolls tightly in a plastic film and tie the ends. Boil the fish for 10-12 minutes at a low temperature. Pour the sauce over the spaghetti and heat. The spaghetti and the sauce are brought on a plate with the fish on top of it. Serve the fish on a bed of spaghetti and sauce.
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