The celebrated Bombil or Bombay Duck got its names from the days of the Raj from being transported in a train called the" Bombay Daak". Celebrated for its taste and smell which reminds one of the city of Mumbai, it is a must have if you are in Mumbai. Nothing celebrates the culinary flavors of Mumbai as much as the Bombay Duck.
Whole Bombay duck, or bombil as it is called locally, is one of its kind in the culinary world. This delicacy is really a fish, whose sharp odour is something that you could learn to love over time. Pure dried fish is a totally organic and natural item that contains antioxidants and omega-3 fats that are beneficial to health. In many parts of the coastline of Maharashtra, it is the staple food of the locales. Bombay ducks can be added to curries and stir-fries for a salty and yet appetizing taste.
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