Minestrone with Sole
Thick and chunky with vegetables and pieces of sole, this pesto-flavored soup is hearty enough to make a meal. Serve it hot to take the chill off a winter night, or at room temperature for a cool summertime supper.Plus: More Soup Recipes and Tips
Fish Alternatives You can use any other member of the flounder family, such as sand dab or fluke, in place of the sole. Or try a firmer, white fish, such as cod, halibut, or monkfish. For these thicker fish, add another minute to the cooking time.
A light Italian white wine will be delightful with the vegetables and pesto. Look for the most recent vintage of a Pinot Grigio from the northern Alto Adige region.