Sole with Lemon Cream
You can use any type of sole for this dish, such as Petrale, lemon, or gray. They're all delicate in flavor, as is the simple lemon cream sauce. The balance in strength ensures that neither will overwhelm the other; the sauce just enhances the fillets. Delicious, Quick Side Dishes Amazing Seafood Recipes
Fish Alternatives Other members of the flounder family, such as sand dab or fluke, will go well with the sauce, as will such mild fish fillets as trout, hake, or whiting.
A ripe, full-flavored Chardonnay with oak overtones will be well suited to the richness of this creamy dish. Try a bottle from California or Australia.