Rockfish Fillets | Alaska Gold Seafood
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Mild with a meaty texture and slightly sweet flavor, rockfish is a crowd-pleaser. Our Alaska Gold Rockfish is delicious grilled, broiled, sautéed, steamed, made into ceviche or baked with a little blackening seasoning. Rockfish have a whitish pink flesh with a firm texture and mild, sweet taste.
Rockfish are prized in Alaska for their mild, sweet taste and versatility. Its firm texture lends rockfish to be perfect on the grill. We like it with a blackening seasoning and served with rice and vegetable dishes. With 19 grams of protein in a 3-ounce serving, rockfish is a lean, high quality protein. On the west coast, we call rockfish...well...rockfish. On the east coast, people might know this wide range of species (there are over 30 Alaska rockfish species) as "sea bass."
Whatever you call it, we highly recommend our Alaska Gold Rockfish for fish tacos and fish n' chips, and cajun recipes.
Glistening white, these rockfish fillets are lean and delicious. This Alaska Rockfish Tacos Recipe is where you'll want to start.
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat2g5%
- Saturated Fat0.5g5%
- Trans Fat0g-
- Total Carbohydrate0g0%
- Dietary Fiber0g0%
- Total Sugars0g0%
- Include Added Sugars0g-
- Vitamin D9mcg45%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Rockfish are prized in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest for their mild, sweet taste, meaty texture, and their versatility. Glistening white, these rockfish fillets are lean and flake easily.
Our Alaska Gold rockfish are caught by hook and line with attention to detail to produce a beautifully delicious fish on your plate.
Rockfish are also very popular in Asian markets. In addition to baking or sautéing, we recommend steaming these rockfish in an Asian style with sesame-soy stir-fried greens. Rockfish have an open cell structure and take marinades well.
These are random-sized vacuum-sealed fillets and each fillet could be between 10 and 16 ounces in size. Each vacuum-sealed fillet is boneless and skinless. Each box is 10 pounds of these random-sized fillets. There are over 40 species of Rockfish on the West Coast. Most of our Rockfish will be Shortraker or Yelloweye.