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Is hake fish Panla?

Asked: Juro Zbojnik, Last Updated:

If you don't know about this fish, Hake fish, also known as panla is the sardine looking fish that seems extremely prevalent in Lagos. It's offered in sets of 4-5 when curled and smoked.

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