Rohu is heavily consumed throughout India and is prepared in a variety of ways. The texture of the fish is white, non-oily and the bigger the size of the fish the tastier it is. It is especially sought after as a delicacy and praised for its unique flavour. In many cases, it is also considered sacred and is most often fried and served hot as an appetizer at special ceremonies.
Rohu (Indian fish) contains Vitamin C. They are also good sources of vitamin D and niacin.