Monkfish ragout with vermouth sauce
A pan full of flavors and enjoyment! In this French dish, the monkfish is prepared with garlic, tomatoes and crème fraîche. The monkfish ragout with vermouth sauce needs only 30 minutes to prepare – and yet is so classy and delicious.read more
Monkfish – an extraordinary fish dish
Monkfish is generally a delicacy, no question. In this recipe the solid fish comes with black, sea-aromatic spaghetti. Together with the tomato sauce, which is deglazed with vodka and refined with vanilla, the plate convinces by strong, bright colors, phantastic flavors, bite-proof fish and very special pasta – all topped off with a little fresh mint. A feast for all senses!read more
Fish market? No, homie, „FrischeParadies“ [paradise of freshness]!
Thirty years ago you could buy super fresh fish directly at the fish market in Hamburg. Today, only a handful of cutters are pinning at the pontoon of the fish auction hall. So where do the Hamburg people buy fish today, especially if they don‘t want to get up Sunday morning at 4 o’clock? I swear on FrischeParadies. Nowhere else in Hamburg you’ll find such a well-stocked and wonderfully presented fish display as in FrischeParadies. And where do you find this paradise for foodies? Of course, in the Große Elbstraße [Great Elbe Street]. Where else.read more