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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingklip

Genypterus capensis (Smith, 1847), commonly known as kingklip, is a species of cusk eel occurring along the Southern African coast from Walvis Bay in Namibia to Algoa Bay in South Africa, and is closely related to Genypterus blacodes from New Zealand.The species grows to a maximum length of 180 cm, a weight of 15.0 kg, and is one of the most popular fish items on South African menus.

www.wikihow.com/Grill-Kingklip

How to Grill Kingklip. Kingklip is an edible species of cusk eel. It has dense flesh, so fillets of kingklip can withstand the heat of a grill without falling apart. Thick fillets can usually be grilled over direct heat, but thinner...

www.ij.co.za/kingklip

Kingklip is a demersal fish, living on or near to the seabed that is often caught in trawl nets together with hake as a by-catch. They are a relatively slow growing and long-lived fish and cannot sustain a targeted fishery so in a managed by-catch programme, catches of kingklip are restricted to a precautionary catch limit of 10% of total hake TAC.

www.thefreedictionary.com/kingklip

Diners, who range from those who have gone on safari to a "surprising" number of South Africans living in Sarasota, says Klauber, wax poetic about menu items like kingklip, a South African fish reminiscent of halibut, or sosaties, classic marinated lamb kabobs with dried apricots, and South Africa's national dish, bobotie, a baked minced beef curry pie reminiscent of shepherds pie bu...

encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/kingklip

All-Fish Handels GmbH, Kiel, Germany (Fax: +49 431-54 58 409), will be on hand at Hall 9, Stand 4133 with a host of IQF fillets and other frozen products, including salmon, squid, cuttlefish, lobster, greenshell mussels, peeled red shrimp, monk fillets, monk tails, oil fish, pike-perch, kingklip, headed and gutted hake and hake fillets.

www.memidex.com/kingklip

Genypterus capensis [species] | Kingklip. a species of cusk eel occurring along the Southern African coast from Walvis Bay in Namibia to Algoa Bay in South Africa, and is closely related to Genypterus blacodes from New Zealand.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/kingklip

Kingklip definition is - a mottled cusk eel of southern Africa (Genypterus capensis) that attains a length of five feet and is highly esteemed as food. How to use kingklip in a sentence.

www.answers.com/Q/What_is_king_clip_fish

It's an incorrect spelling of the kingklip fish, an eel-like fish found in the Southern Hemisphere off Argentina, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kingclip

The pink cusk-eel, Genypterus blacodes, is a species of cusk-eel found in the oceans around southern Australia, Chile, Brazil, and around New Zealand except the east coast of Northland, in depths of 22 to 1,000 metres (72 to 3,281 ft). Their length is up to 200 centimetres (79 in), and they live for up to 30 years.

www.seafoodsource.com/seafood-handbook/finfish/kingklip

A traditional seafood in South America, kingklip is the main ingredient in caldillo congrio, a spicy, Chilean-style bouillabaisse. The fish works well in soup and stews, because the dense meat holds together. The meat’s density also means that it takes longer to cook than other types of whitefish.