Top Rated Rockfish Recipes

This recipe uses a marinade of sambal paste and lemongrass. Once you have the sambal on hand you can create many delicious spicy meals, like this pan-grilled rockfish fillet in banana leaf with okra and angle beans. This recipe uses rockfish, but you can opt for skate wing, stingray, or any mildly flavored fish.  
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Grilled Whole Fish Recipe
Almost mid-summer, and the grill nuts are proliferating. But how about something unique and different besides the usual steak, hot dogs and franks? I know, some of you adventurous types have even taken to grilling lamb and pork chops. But how about a whole fish? Huh? What you say? Yes, cooking a whole fish on the grill. In Greece this is a very common procedure. It ain't that hard, kiddies. And the ingenuity and combination of flavors will leave your guests wanting for more. Any firm-fleshed fish will do, bass, striped bass, flounder, rockfish, blue fish, monk fish, or fresh water trout. Have the fishmonger (or fish guy) clean and gut the fish, but with the head kept intact. In terms of the grill, make sure it's well oiled. Soak a paper towel with canola or vegetable oil, then wipe the grill with it before cooking the fish.  This will prevent the burning or sticking of fish to the grill. Also, while grilling, some recommend sprinkling lemon juice over the fish to keep it moist. So guys, try grilling something out of the ordinary. Take that leap forward and expand your horizons. Become a real connoisseur of the grill. Besides, fish is brain food. Can't go wrong with that.
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Enjoy the taste of summer with this coconut-crusted rockfish, cooked in a mix of butter and coconut oil, that's topped with a tropical mango salsa. 
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Rockfish shines in these spicy fish croquettes with pasilla peppers, served with a mango honey mustard dipping sauce. It makes a great appetizer for a dinner party or as part of a fun fish fry.
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Combining classic Creole seasonings and a fragrant roux, this streamlined stew delivers the flavors of the famous seafood jambalaya served in New Orleans. Substitute any mild, white fish for the cod, such as monkfish, rockfish, or halibut. Add clams or crawfish or even a bit of spicy sausage. Or serve as is with crusty bread and a fruity white wine. Click here to see 5 Fall Seafood Stew Recipes
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Delicious blackening spices elevate beautiful rockfish fillets. They’re topped with a garlic and cilantro compound butter to round out a seasoned entrée. Serve with rice and roasted seasonal vegetables.
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Whether you grill, roast, or pan-sear your Alaskan rockfish, don't forget the marinade. This one includes tamari sauce and pomegranate molasses. The oily nature of Alaskan rockfish makes it perfect for marinating.
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Broiled rockfish in a lemon butter sauce, served alongside roasted potatoes and steamed green beans, makes for a perfectly easy summer meal that won’t leave you feeling weighed down.
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Ingredients:2 slices Rock fish, cut into cubes3 cloves garlic, minced finely1 tsp chopped fresh red chilies (Thai chili)2 tsp or more fish sauce1/2 tsp palm sugar3 Tbsp fish stocka handful fresh Thai basilMethod:Add 2 teaspoon of fish sauce and some ground pepper to the fish and keep aside.Add a 2 tablespoon olive oil and add minced garlic follow by the red chilies. Then add the fish and half the basil and stir fry for a minute or two.Then add the fish stock, the palm sugar and cook for 2 minutes. Add the remaining basil, adjust seasoning and serve hot with a bowl of rice.
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Want crunch without frying? The Daily Meal has a way for you to achieve crispy skin. When you’re baking your fish in the oven, coat it with panko breadcrumbs — it will be as crispy as any piece of fried fish. 
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A whole rockfish baked with everyone’s favorite go-to Asian ingredients: sesame oil, fresh lime slices, soy sauce, red pepper powder (gochugaru), julienned carrots and ginger, garlic, and lots of cilantro.
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