Can Tho specialty
  • Can Tho specialty
  • Can Tho specialty
  • Can Tho specialty

PHAM NGHIA FOOD’S COMMITMENT

3 REASONS TO USE PHAM NGHIA FOOD’S PRODUCT

packing specifications

Net weight

230

gram

Net weight

500

gram

Net weight

300

gram

  • Liu Sha Deboned Bronze Featherback Fish from Pham Nghia Food is Can Tho specialty that is flavorful combination of deboned bronze featherback meat and salted eggs with a hint of spice. When you eat this Can Tho specialty, you will notice enough toughness, the crispiness of bronze featherback, and the fleshy taste of salted eggs to bring out the distinctive aroma of this Can Tho specialty.

  • Instructions: Maintain the original packaging and defrost in water for about 15 minutes, or until the product is completely defrosted (for frozen goods). Used for frying, steaming, and so on, or cooked into dishes as needed. Salty or sweet and sour fish sauce, tamarind fish sauce, seafood green chili sauce, chili sauce, flavor sauce, soot sauce, and other dipping sauces can be used.
  • Storage Instructions:
    – Frozen items: Store at -18°C or in the freezer section.
    – Fresh items: Store at -1°C to 4°C or in Cool refrigerator compartment.
  • Some typical dishes for this Can Tho specialty such as: Liu Sha Deboned Bronze Featherback Fish fried with lemongrass and chili, roasted tamarind, tomato sauce, pineapple sauce, grilled in foil with green pepper, served with raw vegetables and rice paper….
    Can Tho specialty

    Can Tho specialty – Liu Sha Deboned Bronze Featherback Fish

  • Bronze Featherback can be found in clean ponds and rivers throughout the Central and Southern regions. Furthermore, Bronze Featherback is frequently used in family meal.100g of Bronze Featherback contains the following calories:- 84 kilocalories- 17.5g protein

    – 0.1 g carbohydrates

    – 1.6 g Fat.

    – Minerals and vitamins…

    “Eggs and meat from Bronze Featherback contain quite high amounts of omega fatty acids,” according to VUSTA – Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations. Arachidonic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) made up 16.50 percent and 10.06 percent of total phospholipids, respectively. As a result, it can be considered a freshwater fish that is beneficial to health, particularly heart health.