Scientific Name – Rhabdosargus sarba
Silver seabream is silver-colored fish, with a yellow mark above the pelvic region. They are distributed from the Red Sea coast to the Japanese coast. The young fish often move in schools in shallow waters Larger fish sometimes are found in the brackish water where mangroves grow. Adult silver seabreams can reach up to 12 kg.
Silver seabreams are one of the fish species that are big in flavor. The meat is very tender that they are often not preferred to make any gravy. The fish can be pan-fried, baked, or steamed as a whole.
One 125g serving of silver seabream has 20.8g of protein and 6.9g of good fat which includes saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, and good cholesterol. It is rich in Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, D, and it is very rich in minerals like phosphorus and calcium.