Pangasius fish is better known as basa fish and it belongs to the catfish family. It is an edible, white-fleshed, freshwater fish, which is virtually boneless. Pangasius fish is tasty but mildly flavored. It is combined with other seafood, where a strong flavor is desired. The boneless fish makes for excellent fillets and rolls. Prepare it with or without additional seasoning. Grilling a pangasius fish requires broiling it in an oven. Alternatively, prepare pangasius fish by frying it.
Preheat the oven to 380 degrees Fahrenheit.
Melt the butter in a skillet on a stove. Add the green pepper, a quarter of the garlic and half of the onion. Saute them until the onion becomes thin and transparent. Add the breadcrumbs, oregano, parsley, salt and 1 tbsp. of lime juice. Mix the ingredients well in the skillet.
Pour the contents of the skillet on the pangasius fillets. Roll up the fillets and close the rolls with toothpicks.
Pour the water into a shallow baking dish. Add the remaining garlic and onion to it as well as the red pepper and 4 tbsp. of lime juice.
Put the pangasius rolls in the baking dish. Put the dish in the preheated oven. Bake it for 30 minutes, and then serve the fish.