Physical Description: Approximately ~1 lb fillet of wild caught Alaskan Yelloweye Rockfish. These beautiful fish are some of the most highly prized from the pristine waters of Alaska. They are a variety of Rockfish that are a beautiful bright orange in color. Alaskan Yelloweye has a delicate texture and delicious, subtly sweet flavor. A favorite among Alaskan fishermen, this fish is hard to find in the continental United States.
Cooking: Wild caught Alaskan Yelloweye is an incredibly versatile fish for cooking. It’s the perfect choice for fish tacos, ceviche, and many other preparations. Pan sear in butter with a simple seasoning of sea salt, freshly ground black pepper and herbs for a delicious and easy meal. It’s delicious when breaded and pan fried, too. For ceviche, simply chop the fish and generously squeeze lime juice over top. Let sit for 20 minutes, then toss with pico de gallo and chopped avocado.
Nutrition Information: Wild caught Alaskan Yelloweye Rockfish is an excellent source of protein and is loaded with vitamin D and selenium. Selenium is an essential antioxidant which boosts brain and thyroid function as well as helping to prevent cancer and other diseases. This lean fish is healthy, nourishing, and deliciously easy to prepare.
Fishing Practices: These fish are 100% wild and natural, no additives what-so-ever. Thriving in pristine and cold waters, wild caught Alaskan Yelloweye Rockfish is a true treasure. Our fishery returns tens of millions of salmon each year, managed for sustainability by law and careful practices.