Pangasius has become the tenth most popular seafood product eaten in the United States. We speculate that the majority of answersjournal.com readers haven’t ever tried it.
Pangasius, also known as “iridescent shark,” is a special variety of imported freshwater fish that is found native to the South Pacific Ocean, off the shores of Vietnam, Cambodia and neighboring nations. Similar to domestic American catfish, aquaculture production techniques have been applied to these species, and the number of fish being raised in cages and ponds has increased rapidly.
How to you prepare this white fish? Use pangasius in any recipe calling for basa or catfish. Let us know your results.