Monkfish curry just plain gets it!
I’m a big fan of monkfish. In fact I wasn’t sure if I should cook it into a curry the first time I did.
I needn’t have worried. This monkfish curry is one of my all time favourite curry house style curries.
If you’re looking for something really different and better than you’ll find on most curry house menus, this is one you’ve got to try.
Once you’ve mastered the quick and easy art of making curry sauce, you’ll be eating like this all the time!
With that magic base sauce, you can throw this together very quickly without having to chop onions or anything else for that matter.
It is also a good idea to get your ingredients together before starting cooking. This makes everything a lot easier.
Monkfish curry is one of the fastest BIR curries to make
Monkfish is a delicious and meaty fish. The sauce, however is great with many other seafood varieties.
Mussels, clams, seabass… you name it, it will probably be really good.
Seafood cooks really quickly so there is no need to pre-cook it as in other restaurant style curries. Be sure to watch it carefully. You just want to cook the monkfish through. Perfect monkfish curry every time!
WHAT TO SERVE THIS MONKFISH CURRY WITH
You could serve this delicious curry on its own or together some of the other British Indian restaurant (BIR) curries on my site.
There is so much lovely flavour in the curry you won’t need anything else but a portion of fluffy white rice or chapati and perhaps a good cold beer or two to wash it down.
To make this monkfish curry recipe easier, I have included step by step photos of the cooking process below.
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I hope you enjoy this monkfish curry. If you do give it a try, please leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you.