Banga Mary Fish
The banga mary fish is a very popular fish in the Caribbean. Most of the time, it is observed during the fresh flowering of marine waters. Another name for the banga mary fish is “King Weakfish” or “Acoupa Chaseur”.
It is prepared for dishes in the form of fillets. The traditional way to eat banga mary fish is to fry it if it is deep fried and then mix it with cashew nuts or vegetables. In addition, Chinese people living near the Caribbean have been cooking bangamary for centuries. It is also available in bulk near the vast coasts of Guyana.
Wondering why this fish is so widely eaten around the world? Well, it’s because Banga mary fish has many health benefits. It is a reservoir of protein and a diet that is quite low in fat. Omega fatty acids are also found in abundance in bangamary fish.