This White Fish Florentine is a lush and flavorful dish inspired by my visit to Tuscany with DaVinci Wine a few years ago.
Spinach is used in all sorts of Tuscan dishes and it’s also prevalent in many coastal seafood recipes like my Spinach Ricotta Stuffed Dover Sole. I love the simple list of ingredients combined with fresh white fish, which is typically easy to find year round. This gorgeous recipe makes for a fuss free weeknight meal or an elegant meal for entertaining.
Living here in the Pacific Northwest, I use several different types of white fish for this recipe, depending on the season. I adore this dish when halibut is in season or when I can snag a gorgeous piece of black or ling cod.
I like to enjoy the fresh and enticing flavors of this White Fish Florentine paired with a bottle of DaVinci Pinot Grigio. Perfection!
Delicious Wishes and Loads of Love,
This dish is inspired by my visit to Tuscany with the 2013 DaVinci Wine Storyteller Experience and adapted from many versions of Fish Florentine. I dined on something similar and I was so impressed with the simple but flavorful meal I had to re-create it for this website. Enjoy!