As with all fish, monkfish is low in fat and a wonderful source of vitamins and protein. Often dubbed the "poor man's lobster," monkfish is firm, sweet, and delicious. So firm in-fact that you could substitute it for chicken in your next recipe. Yes, really!
It holds up well in stews, soups, and curries making it a practical dinner option. Try this curry recipe.
Source: Wild-Caught, Locally-Sourced (when available)
Quantity: One unit is equal to one pound (two servings) of raw, boneless, skinless fillet(s)
Fresh and flavorful. Such a great fish. Texture is a mix between lobster and scallops so it holds up well with any style of cooking. Mild and cheap. Don’t let the look fool you this is a great fish. Delivery was great!