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Prepared by Stephen Badger
Combine all ingredients for marinade and whisk thoroughly. Add rockfish. Cover and chill for 15-30 minutes. Add all ingredients of avocado crema to food processor. Blend until smooth. Move to sealable bag, remove excess air and keep chilled. Remove corn kernels from cob and combine with all other salsa ingredients. Cover and chill.
Move oven rack 6-7 inches from broiler flame and preheat to the highest broiler setting. Line baking sheet with aluminum foil and add rockfish. Broil on high for 7-8 minutes until meat is golden brown.* Remove from broiler and move to serving plate. Filets should flake apart slightly and easily separate from skin.
While fish is cooking, warm tortillas over medium heat in non-stick pan, flipping every 20 seconds until dotted with roast marks.
To serve add cooked rockfish chunks into each tortilla, top with 2-3 tbsp roasted corn salsa. Finish with a drizzle of avocado crema. Garnish with avocado slices, chopped fresh cilantro and a light sprinkle of Old Bay.
*The cook times are for 1-inch thick pieces of rockfish. Adjust cooking time as necessary for thicker filets.
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