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Increased Fish market enables hike in fish pricing

by Medindia Content Team on  December 6, 2005 at 6:32 PM Diet & Nutrition News   - G J E 4
Increased Fish market enables hike in fish pricing
For the first time in India fish sales is maximum.

Seafoods like fish meat along with mussels, lobster, white pomfret, sole, salmon, cod, red snapper and kingfish was a preferred health option between Indians and foreigners on a time.
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Delicious sea and river fish are unloaded in the van by 3'o clock in the afternoon in the INA market of New Delhi

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A fishmonger Samar Khan reported that Delhi was high on seafood sales from October till February.

In South Delhi and Bengali-dominated Chittaranjan Park area, rohu and prawns are in peak sale as reported by Debabrata, a 25 years experienced fish vendor.

Artist Paresh Maity whose likings are rohu, pabda and crab is the regular customer of Debabrata and he argues that on removal off fish bones its flavor and integrity loses.

New Delhi's Taj Palace, food and beverage director Thomas Abraham said that few years back all categories of fish was not available, but now Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese and Indonesian restaurants menus indicate the availability and rising demand for all varieties of fish.

The executive chef of Delhi's Oberoi Hotel having 360 restaurants reported that Dover sole in their menu has very delicious flavour.

Seafood sales hiked in Mumbai on November. Dakshin and Peshawari restaurants head Robin Philip stated that white pomfret fillet of pan-fried is the largest choice of all.

To avoid quantity looking less, meaty chunks must be done for Tandoori fish reports Grand Maratha chef Imtiaz Qureshi of Peshawari

Bollywood celebrities celebrate weekend nights with seafoods like Sanjay Dutt taking fish yakitori along with drink and Raveena Tandon taking Cajun fried prawns.

Mahesh Seafood in Mumbai has all time favorite spiced-up fishy delights and Chennai has kingfish and pomfret varieties.

Chennai customers are keen on fish curry and dry masala preparations says Chef Praveen Anand.

Kolkatta is taking pride of hosting India International Seafood Show-2006 and the objective of the show is to market Indian fishes in all foreign countries.
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