Perfectly roasted lemon thyme sole with crisp-tender asparagus and a creamy lemon dijon sauce. This is a no muss, no fuss, fish dish that you will want to make over and over again. Gluten free, paleo, whole 30.
I am always on the prowl for a quick-ish, super delicious fish recipe that I can execute without too much muss and fuss and serve on an average weeknight, making that average weeknight anything but. I absolutely adore any and every type of seafood and could very easily become a pescatarian as long as I could have my random fix of prosciutto from time to time 🙂 Sole holds a special place in my heart as it was Sole Meuniere, a delicious classic french recipe that inspired Julia Child to become a chef. It is one of my favorite stories from her autobiography “My Life in France” (one of my all-time favorite books).
I may have mentioned this once or twice (or 100x) but I live in a pretty tiny space in NYC, by city standards, my kitchen is GINORMOUS (not really), by human standards it’s small. I have literally about 4 inches of actual counter space, of which I am grateful for. One of the perks (read: not a perk at all) of my tiny kitchen is that we don’t have an exhaust because an exhaust (and a dishwasher) is considered a HUGE luxury. There is a big window in my kitchen that looks out directly onto a gorgeous brick wall. The window helps with air circulation, but it doesn’t help much with cooking fumes, smoke, and smells.