When summer comes it is time for family meals both at home and outdoors. Rice, paellas and fideuás are ideal dishes to share and one of the easiest is this simple monkfish fideuá recipe with which you can show off with your.
In addition, as monkfish and noodles are made right away and you don't need large preparations or complicated techniques, anyone can feel kitchenettes for a day and stay great with the family.
IngredientsFor 4 people
- Garlic clove 2
- Italian green pepper a piece
- Tomato 1
- Fresh monkfish in cheeks 400 g
- Fideuá noodles 400 g
- Fish broth or fumet
How to make monkfish fideuáDifficulty: Easy
- Total time 20 m
- Elaboration 10 m
- 10 m cooking
The first thing we do is to cook the head, spines and skins of the monkfish to prepare a fish stock which will be the one that brings the flavor to our monkfish fideuá recipe. I had bought a whole monkfish to make the monkfish recipe in American sauce and with its thorns I prepared a broth letting it cook with leek tips and a carrot for 35 minutes. Then I let it infuse all night in the fridge and the next day I put it in and stored it for this recipe.
For the sofrito, we fry garlic cloves and green pepper cut into small pieces directly in the paella. When they brown, we lightly mark the pieces of monkfish and then add the grated tomato. Add the noodles and lightly toast.
Next, we add the fish broth, -approximately a double quantity of broth will be necessary than the volume of the noodles, but it will depend on its thickness-. Let cook adding saffron also or the seasoning for paella and we tested in case of salt rectification.
If we see that we lack liquid we can add more broth. When the noodles are tender, it will take approximately ten minutes to turn off the heat and serve the fideuá immediately.
With what to accompany a monkfish fiduá
The best to enjoy with this monkfish fideuá simple recipe It is to share it with the family. To accompany it you can prepare a homemade aioli or make a garlic mayonnaise and serve it separately so that whoever wants to give it an extra touch of flavor.