Fry in butter one cupful of chopped mushrooms, two tablespoonfuls of chopped onion, and one tablespoonful of minced parsley, seasoning with pepper and salt. Cut the soles in fillets, spread with the mixture, tie with thread, put into a buttered pan, cover, and bake. Put each fillet into a small paper case, fill with Cream Sauce, lay a mushroom on the top of each, and serve.
Prepare according to directions given for Fillets of Sole a la Joinville - II, adding to the sauce a chopped onion and two shallots browned in butter, with twice the quantity of chopped mushrooms, and a bean of garlic. Season with salt, pepper, and minced parsley.
Trim the fish and put into a buttered baking-pan, sprinkling with chopped mushrooms, parsley, and grated onion. Season with salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg, add enough white wine to keep from burning, cover with buttered paper, and bake. Take up the fish and add the drained liquid to a cupful of Allemande Sauce and reheat. Take from the fire, add a tablespoonful of butter, the juice of half a lemon, and a teaspoonful of minced parsley. Pour over the fish and serve.
Bake the fillets for ten minutes and cool.
Cook together one tablespoonful each of butter and flour, add half a cupful of stock and half a cupful of cream. Cook until thick, stirring constantly. Add a pound of fresh mushrooms chopped fine and simmer until the mushrooms are cooked. Cool the mushroom mixture and spread upon the fillets. Set the baking-pan into another of hot water, reheat in the oven, and serve with Holland-aise Sauce.
Fry the fillets in butter and cover with Allemande Sauce to which chopped cooked oysters have been added.
Fry the fillets in seasoned butter, adding a little lemon-juice when done. Pour over Ravigote Sauce and serve.
Put the bones and trimmings cut from fillets of sole in cold water to cover, simmer for half an hour, strain, and add a pinch of salt to the liquid. When it boils, put in the fillets rolled up, and fastened with a toothpick. Simmer for ten minutes and prepare a Cream Sauce, using for liquid half fish stock and half milk or cream. Pour over the fish and serve.
Butter a baking-pan, lay the fillets in it, season with salt and pepper, and spread with butter. Add half a cupful of white wine, cover with buttered paper, and bake for five or ten minutes. Take up the fish carefully and add to the liquid a teaspoonful each of butter and flour cooked together. Take from the fire, add the yolk of two eggs, beaten smooth with half a cupful of cream; pour over the fish and serve.
Beat together until smooth two tablespoonfuls of anchovy paste, a teaspoonful of lemon-juice, a pinch of mustard, a dash of cayenne, and two tablespoonfuls of fresh butter. Spread long narrow fillets of sole with the butter, roll and fasten with wooden tooth-picks. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and lemon-juice, and bake, wrapping in buttered paper if desired. These fillets may be fried in butter with parsley and onions, or dipped in egg and crumbs, and fried in deep fat, or cooked with wine and lemon-juice in stock made from the bone and trimmings, and served with the strained stock thickened with butter and flour cooked together.