Wednesday, April 03, 2013

What the heck is "swai"?

According to Consumer Reports swai is a river-farmed catfish from South-East Asia...

Swai is a white-flesh fish (typically available in fillet form) with a sweet mild, taste and light flaky texture that can be broiled, grilled, or coating with bread crumbs and fried, according to experts. It can be prepared simply, but also takes well to sauces. A 3.5-ounce serving of plain fish contains around 90 calories, 4 grams of fat (1.5 saturated), 45 grams of cholesterol and 50 milligrams of sodium.

Hmmm.  I wonder if one of my readers knows a good recipe using swai?


bonnie said...


Swai not!

Tillerman said...

Ine swai dry.

O Docker said...

In Japan, where traditions are held sacred and endure for thousands of years, the master sushi chef teaches every student,

"Tuna or tuna not. There is no swai."

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