Some solid advice: treat yourself to Rockfish! Mild, delicately flavored rockfish will change the minds of those who claim they "don't like seafood." It's low in fat (just 1.4 grams in a 3.5 oz serving), so it fits deliciously into the good and good-for-you category. There's no trick to cooking rockfish. It's especially moist and flavorful baked or cooked in the microwave. This lean, medium textured fish may be enhanced with lemon, herbs or spices, but don't overdo. Rockfish can be overwhelmed by heavy sauces. In many fine West coast restaurants, you may see rockfish sometimes referred to as Pacific Red Snapper.
We love it when we could get some Tilapia from you. We tried the Rockfish, but its just a bit more fishy tasting and was not as enjoyable.
Rockfish is one of my favorite fish because it is so tender, flaky and mild taste. Its basically like red snapper where I live, but I like that it is from Alaska and much less polluted waters.