"There are hundreds of different types of sole," Jacques Pepin says in our video guide to preparing sole. "The flesh is so firm you can salt it like a steak." In addition to learning how to prepare this delicious, delicately flavored fish from one of the master chefs, the F&W guide to sole will show you how to make the classic preparation of sole meuniere with white wine, lemon juice, capers and parsley. There are also elegant fish dishes, like Chef Kuniko Yagi's seared sole with lime sauce, and healthy dishes that the family will love, like a vegetable-packed minestrone with sole.

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Brown Butter Sole with Herb Salad
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This elegant dish is incredibly simple. If your fishmonger doesn’t have smaller grey sole fillets, buy two larger 8- to 10-ounce fillets and halve them crosswise. Slideshow: More Fast Fish Recipes 
Easy Sole Recipes
There are hundreds of different types of sole, and the flesh is so firm you can salt it like a steak. Try making a classic sole meuniere, cooked with white wine, lemon juice, capers and parsley, or try fillets baked in a rich, herbed wine sauce for a satisfying supper. Here, five ways to cook sole.
Seared Sole With Lime Sauce
This quick Thai-inspired sauce is a weeknight miracle for any flaky white fish. Chef Kuniko Yagi of L.A.’s Hinoki & the Bird prefers making the sauce with spicy Thai bird chiles; for less fire, you can remove the seeds or substitute serranos. Slideshow:  More Seafood RecipesRecipe from Food & Wine Chefs' Easy Weeknight Dinners
Sole Fillets with Herbed Wine Sauce
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A simple vermouth- and herb-spiked cream sauce is incredibly delicious over tender, flaky pieces of fresh sole. Slideshow:  More Fast Fish Recipes