Common name: Dover (Atlantic, Pacific), English, Rock, Flathead
Soles that are caught in Canadian waters are popular fish. Their flesh contains few bones, which are easy to remove. In comparison, English sole has a more delicate texture and taste.
ORIGIN: Canada, United States
- Their flesh is white and lean.
- They have a finely flaky and firm texture. Their taste is distinctive, but not strong. It is punctuated by notes of hazelnuts.
- Rich in vitamins B12, B3 and D, as well as in selenium.