S132e Meunière is a fish fillet in flour, fried in oil and poured on top with a sauce of butter, lemon and parsley. Many years ago, the career of TV presenter Julia Child began, which is now referred to as "the grandmother of American cuisine." About her and her fish recipe in French - talk below.
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For the first time, Julia came to France with her diplomatic husband.
On their way to Paris, they stopped in Rouen and went to the La Couronne restaurant, where they tasted Sole Meunière - fish fillet in flour, fried in oil and poured on top with a sauce of oil and lemon juice. With this traditional dish, Julia's love of French cuisine began.
She graduated from the famous culinary school Le Cordon Bleu, together with her friends she opened her own School of Three Gourmets for Americans in Paris, wrote the book Mastering the Art of French Cuisine, and after returning to America she became the leading one of the most popular cooking shows "French Chef". “Bon A4347étit!” Said Julia Child from the TV screens and fell in love with millions of Americans in themselves and in French cuisine.
Classic French cuisine: fish fillet in flour, fried in oil and sprinkled with sauce from above oils, lemon juice and parsley.
This option is from the famous American TV presenter Julia Child.
NUMBER OF PORTS:
Fish (fillet of sea language or halibut)
Oil (creamy )
4 tbsp. l
Pepper (ground black)
Parsley (fresh )
Fry the fillet until golden brown - about 3 minutes - on each side (depending on the thickness of the fillet).
If you wish, you can decorate the plate with lemon slices.