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What is monkfish for?

Asked: Bruce Pietro, Last Updated:

Monkfish is an incredibly versatile seafood to cook. You can bake, broil, fry, grill, poach, or sauté this firm protein, and the fillets take on the flavor of marinades and sauces very well. The sturdy texture makes it good for grilling, since it won't fall apart like more delicate fish.

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