Sole is a flatfish, similar to flounder. It has a white flesh that is firm in texture. The flavor of the fish is mild, not "fishy". Sole is good for stuffing and rolling because it doesn't fall apart as easily as some other fish. In the US, most of the sole is actually flounder. You can usually use the two interchangeably. Sole is most commonly baked, broiled, or grilled.
Baked Fillet of Sole Made with salt and freshly ground black pepper, parsley, mushrooms, sole, rosemary, white wine, lemon juice, scallions oven
photo: CDKitchen Made with margarine or butter, almonds, salt, lemon pepper and paprika, frozen chopped spinach, cream cheese, green onions, ground nutmeg, sole or flounder fillets outdoor grill, oven Baked Rolled Sole Made with olive oil, lemon juice, breadcrumbs, Parmesan cheese, parsley, oregano, lemon zest, salt and pepper, flounder fillets or sole fillets oven
Broiled Fish With Lemon Sauce Made with paprika, black pepper, sole fillets, lemon juice, butter, onions, brown sugar, dry mustard, salt oven, stovetop
Petrale Sole With Capers Made with lemon, Petrale sole fillets, salt and pepper, flour, olive oil, capers, parsley oven, stovetop Lemon Baked Sole Made with paprika, black pepper, sole fillets, margarine, lemon juice, all-purpose flour, parsley oven