To saute fish, cook it rapidly with a little fat and a few basic ingredients in a pan over relatively high heat. This method showcases the fish's delicate texture. You can use the pan drippings to create a quick sauce. Cook the fish at the last minute; serve it with steamed new potatoes and sauteed spinach.Martha Stewart Living, April 2009 http://www.marthastewart.com/355420/pan-sauteed-sole
We used lemon sole, a flaky, mild-tasting white fish. At the market, look for flat fish such as sole or flounder; Pacific-caught are the most sustainable. Tilapia works well, too.
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