Definition of Fish filet
1. Noun. A longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish.
Generic synonyms: Piece, Slice
Derivative terms: Filet, Fillet
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Literary usage of Fish filet
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1. The Art of Cooking: A Series of Practical Lessons by Matilda Lees Dods, Henrietta De Condé Sherman (1880)
"... FISH. Filet de Sole, a la Maitre d'Hotel.—Take for this : two large sole, two ounces of butter ..."
2. Standard Paper-bag Cookery by Emma Paddock Telford (1912)
"FISH. Filet of Bass.— WASH and wipe the filets dry •with a clean towel, trimming away the fins with a pair of large scissors close to the filet. ..."
3. Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica & St. Lucia Alive! by Lynne M. Sullivan (2000)
"You'll find exquisite French and Creole dishes such as fresh fish filet in a caper sauce, chicken covered in a garlicky rum sauce & superb filet mignon. ..."
4. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"Serve tartare sauce with this fish. Filet of Sole in Cases Put one teacup of finely chopped mushrooms into a frying pan, with two tablespoons of ..."
5. Adventure Guide Honduras & The Bay Islands by Maria Fiallos (2006)
"... and international platters such as meunier fish filet, and sweet and sour pork chops, tarragon fish, steak in mushroom wine sauce, and curry chicken, ..."
6. Mrs. Scott's North American Seasonal Cook Book: Spring, Summer, Autumn and by Anna B. (Storck) Scott (1921)
"... fish filet OF FLOUNDER, SAUCE TARTARE Flounder. 1 egg. 1 cup breadcrumbs. 1 teaspoon salt. Split and remove all bone and skin from flounder; ..."
7. Valuable Cooking Receipts by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1880)
"Fish. Filet of Sole—Sam Ward. " The very fish in a bowl, though members of a dull and stagnant- blooded race, appeared to know that there was something ..."