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Sole with Passion Fruit

September 30, 2009  |  Recipes  |  1 Comment

I thought I should write up a full recipe for the sole I mentioned in the maad post. This is actually the very last thing I cooked in Senegal, if you don’t count chopping up an avocado for a salad. A friend and I had been planning to get together for lunches since we both worked at home, but it never seemed to work out until the day before I left the country.

We went to the supermarket together to see what looked good for cooking, and the passion fruit caught my eye. Working from there and making our way to some nice looking sole in the fish section, this recipe was born.

Ingredients

  • 4 sole fillets
  • 2 passion fruit
  • 2 limes
  • 1 small onion
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Butter for frying

Empty the passion fruit into a shallow dish (I left the seeds in, but you can strain the pulp if you like) and add the juice of the limes, 1 tsp salt, and a bit of pepper. Add the sole to marinate for about ten minutes.

While the sole is marinating, dice the onion fine, and start heating up a frying pan over a medium high flame. Fry the sole in 1 tablespoon of butter per fillet. Do them one or two at a time, don’t crowd the pan. It will be quick, only a couple of minutes per side. After the first flip, throw in a bit of the onion.

When all the fish is cooked, add any remaining onion and let cook for a minute, then add in the marinade. Bring it to a rapid simmer and turn off the heat. Add one more tablespoon of butter and pour the sauce over the fillets.

Serve with bread and an avocado salad.