Swai Fillets?

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Swai or sawai is also known as the iridescent shark. Swai is usually made into fillets. It has mild flavor with flaky and moist texture. It can be fried, baked, or even broiled.
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Swaii fillets are light in taste and flaky in texture. The Swai fillets are moist, low in fat and high in protein. The Swaii fillets can be seasoned with a variety of spices and can be pan fried, grilled, baked or broiled.
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Swai is a white-flesh fish. The fillets have a flaky texture and has a sweet mild taste. It is found in Southeast Asia. It can be cooked by pan frying is olive ...
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