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| ||pomfret (পম্ফ্রেট)|
Description: Pomphret, white or silver pomphret (US: pomfret). The white or silver pomphret is slightly more of a delicacy than black or brown pomphret. The flesh falls away from the bones for easy eating.
|A very ghostly frozen silver pomfret, with many thanks to the amazing Fish Bazaar at 138 Chapman Street, Shadwell in London||
Latin: Pampus argenteus/Stromateus argent
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: Bangladesh, India
Most frequent region: West Bengal
Also known as: chamna, kali chamna, pamplet, pomfret maach
See places: Bengali Food and Cuisine
See foods and dishes: halwo, surgunti