Also known as: Pacific Snapper
Canadian rockfish, a gem from our Pacific coast, is especially prominent in British Columbia's waters. Sometimes called “Pacific snapper,” this bass-like fish is a culinary treat.
Rockfish offers a mild, slightly sweet taste complemented by a firm, yet flaky texture, making it a versatile choice for your kitchen endeavors. Whether you're thinking of grilling, baking, or whipping up a traditional fish fry, rockfish is a delicious choice. You'll appreciate its ability to absorb marinades and seasonings, paving the way for a range of dishes from simple to gourmet.
This delectable shellfish is an aquaculture success story — and a delicious addition to your family menu whether steamed, boiled, roasted, or grilled.
Helps build red blood cells
May aid bone and tooth development
Contributes to maintaining healthy skin
Weeknight Bistro-Style Moules et Frites
Found anywhere from the surface to the ocean floor 300 m below, this mild, slightly sweet fish can be used in almost any fish recipe.
Source of potassium
Low in sodium
Excellent source of antioxidants
Potato Chip-Crusted Halibut and Chips
From the chilly Pacific waters of British Columbia, this versatile and nutritious species is as delicious in a tuna salad as it is served hot off the grill.
A source of omega-3s
Helps maintain bones and teeth
Excellent source of Vitamin B12
Tuna, Beet, and Squash Tartare on Crispy Wontons