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Pangasius is dark gray or black and can reach 130 cm in length and 44 kg in weight. It is one of the fastest growing fish in the world. This fish belongs to the order of shark catfish, but it is not related to sharks.
Two species of pangasius (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus and Pangasius bocourti) are commonly used for food. Light, soft, tender-textured meat and affordable price are the main motives that opened the way for pangasius to people’s stomachs. Pangasius fillet has 115 calories per 100g.
Pangasius can be deliciously grilled over coals, wrapped in foil together with vegetables and a little mayo. Greek pangasius baked in the oven is also delicious. Smoked processed cheese adds a savory flavor to this dish. For those who want a quick and tasty dish, we recommend trying pasta ribbons with pengasius and vegetables. After eating, the body will get vitamins from vegetables, useful substances from fish and satiety from pasta.