This frozen Sole fish is very delicious and tasty. There are many different ways of cooking the sole fish. This is the 2nd time I made sole fish. This time I decided to pan-fry the sole fish to have a flavoured taste of sole fish Marinating the sole fish will make the fish taste better.
Before putting the sole fish in the frying pan, I coat the sole fish on both sides with breadcrumbs. While cooking the sole fish, both sides of the sole fish need to be cooked until golden brown. Keep an eye on the sole fish, so that it will not get burnt.
Kids and adults would love this sole fish a lot. It does not have any bones inside. It only had fish meat. You can have this sole fish with rice. This would be a good matching combination dish. If you like eating sole fish, you should try making this sole fish. Try the recipe and enjoy.
Marinate the sole fish:
1. Take the frozen sole fish out of the freezer.
2. Open the package and take the frozen sole fish out of the package.
3. Rinse sole fish
4. Place it on the cutting board. Slowly separate the cod fillet apart and place it nicely apart on the cutting board.
5. Sprinkle some salt, garlic powder, pour some light soya sauce and rub all over.
6. Put some flour and coated it everywhere on the cod fillet.
7. Use a tong and flip the cod fillet over and repeat the same steps.
8. When it is all marinated, set it aside.
Cooking the sole fish:
1. In the cupboard, take out the non-stick frying pan and place it on the stove.
2. Turn the heat to medium-low
3. When the pan is hot, put in some oil.
4. Take out some breadcrumbs and put it in a container. Use a tong and put the sole fish into the container of 5. breadcrumbs. Coat the sole fish on both sides with breadcrumbs. Place the sole fish in the frying pan.
(Note: Ensure both sides are coated with breadcrumbs and no spots are missing. )
6. Repeat the same steps for the rest of the sole fish.
7. Turn the heat to low. Let it cook by itself on one side. You will see the sole fish has shrunk. Cook until golden brown.
8. Keep an eye on the sole fish and check each minute to ensure it is golden brown.
9. Once golden brown, turn the sole fish over and cook until golden brown.
10. Once the sole fish is cooked to a golden brown, that means it is ready. If it’s not, you need to cook it a bit longer.
11. Turn the heat off the frying pan and carefully put all the sole fish onto a plate and place it on the table.
(Note: The sole fish are delicate and easy to break. Be careful scooping up the sole on to a plate.)