Where to Find Rockfish
Since most American fish markets don't regularly carry this type of seafood, it may be hard to find it fresh. If your market does have it, you can ask your fishmonger to fillet rockfish for you, or select pre-cut fillets from the case. Fish spoils quickly, so be sure to check it for freshness – no strong odors and be sure the flesh is firm. It's much easier to simply purchase your rockfish frozen from a reputable source, however. They will have caught it fresh, processed it immediately, and frozen it right away to lock in that freshness you want.
What to Do With Rockfish
Part of the fun of cooking with rockfish fillets is the ease of cooking and the ability of this fish to absorb the flavors of sauces and spices. With firm flesh and a mild taste of its own, a nice rockfish fillet is just waiting for you to try something new. Be brave!
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