Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta


I made food. Healthy food. Yeah, buddy!

I wanted to use this Seamore I sea pasta and wasn’t sure how to attack it. I had recently tried some seaweed snacks in Degustabox and they had a strong taste. I thought it best I make a seafood based dish.

I decided to make a tagliatelle with monkfish.

Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta

You will need:

  • Monkfish tail
  • Mushrooms
  • Peppers
  • 20g seaweed pasta
  • king prawns
  • oil
  • seasoning
  • 200g a tomato based sauce

I first seasoned the monkfish tail with olive oil, garlic and herbs. I wrapped it in foil and put it in the oven on 220c for around 20 minutes.

While that was cooking, I soaked the seaweed pasta in hot water for 15 mins.

I fried the peppers and mushroom. When they were done, I added the sauce, prawns and then drained the sea weed pasta and added that.

After warming for around 10 minutes, I plated it up with monkfish, that had been sat cooling in foil for around 5 minutes.

The dish was perfect. I loved the monkfish and the sea weed pasta was not as fishy as I had feared! It did have a slight taste but took most of the taste of the sauce.

Overall, it was a successful meal!

Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta

Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta

Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta

Monkfish and Seaweed Pasta



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