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The Kinglip (Latin: Genypterus blacodes) is somewhat similar to an eel in its long, sleek body, but it is pink and orange in color with brown spots. It is sometimes called a pink eel because of its body shape. It grows up to a weight of 25 kilograms and a length of one and a half meters.
This fish is very tasty, and boneless. Kongria is classified as an oily fish, its meat is white and rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega-3 and Omega-6, which the human body simply must get with food. Kongria fillet is very tasty fried, fried, smoked or steamed. Very tasty fried with herbs (red chives, thyme, capers, green pepper), with the addition of olives and tomatoes. Kinglip and exotic fruit (mango, avocado, grapefruit) salads are recommended for gourmets.