Fresh Whole Rock Fish/ Snapper

$2.00-$3.00/lb

Whole, Dressed, Head-On

3-4 Different Species

Rockfish holds up well to baking and remains moist when cooked. The firm texture also makes rockfish suitable for soups, chowders and stews. In Asian cuisine, rockfish are often served whole, either steamed or deep fried, with a variety of sauces to accent the mild flavor. Fillets hold together better with skin on. While they might not be sturdy enough to grill, whole, dressed fish barbecue well.

Weight2-5 lbs

The fish can range in size from 1 to 40 pounds, but 2 to 5 pounds is most common.

Pacific Red Snapper is a name used for several varieties of Rockfish.  This is a firm, clean delicately flavored fish that holds up to the light battering very well.

Rockfish holds up well to baking and remains moist when cooked. The firm texture also makes rockfish suitable for soups, chowders and stews. In Asian cuisine, rockfish are often served whole, either steamed or deep fried, with a variety of sauces to accent the mild flavor. Fillets hold together better with skin on. While they might not be sturdy enough to grill, whole, dressed fish barbecue well.

Catch Region: Pacific Northwest

Seasonality: Year Round

Flavor Profile: Delicate, Nutty, Sweet

Texture Profile: Lean and Medium Firm with Fine Flakes

Weight2-5 lbs

Fresh Whole Rock Fish/ Snapper

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