Bombay duck


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Bombay duck

a teleost fish, Harpodon nehereus, that resembles and is related to the lizard fishes: family Harpodontidae. It is eaten dried with curry dishes as a savoury
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Bombay duck is a fantastic dish to eat in Mumbai and it goes particularly well with a full thali meal that includes rice, chapati and a variety of curries to enhance everything.
Therefore we may suggest that CEDA and ASPIC estimated the MSY of the Bombay duck fishery from Pakistan at 25 - 35 t, which were lower than the current catch, and therefore we would recommend a reduction of fish landing for this fishery.
But the fried Bombay Duck in a prawn sauce is a well thought out dish.
That Bombay duck, a favourite side-dish on the curry house menu is nothing like poultry and is, in fact, an oderous dried fish is just one hint that Bombay Duck is about things not being what they at first seem.
Years ago, in a student quarter of London, there was an Indian restaurant of no great distinction other than its custom of serving a side dish, with all its meals, called Bombay Duck.
AJ Barlow stock fresh and frozen fish caught around the world, from cod and salmon to more exotic species like red grouper and Bombay duck.
For girly pretty I'd take a look at the selection from Bombay Duck for faceted coloured glass or flower-shaped hooks.
Star dishes on the menu include Deep Fried Bombay Duck with Spicy Salt, Braised Imperial Bird's Nest and Sauteed Pigeon Fillet with Asparagus.
Kanika Dhillon, an Amritsar-born St Stephen's- London School of Economics alumnus whose sheer love for films had her homing into a career at Red Chillies Entertainment, will be out with Bombay Duck is a Fish next year (Westland).
Knitted cupcakes, pounds 28 for a set of four, from Bombay Duck, could appeal to domestic divas, and just as sweet is a hand knit hanging heart, pounds 11.
While we're here, I'll help myself to your Bombay duck, which apparently is a fish and it's called Mumbai now.
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