Asian Mandarin Avocado Fish and Shrimp Salad

This is a very simple dish I have worked together with a perfect sauce. The sauce can be used for chicken and pork. Start with the salad dressing. All my salad dressings are a 6:1 ratio, 6 TBSP of oil and 1 TBSP of everything else.

Asian Salad Dressing/Marinade
• 6 TBSP peanut oil
• 1 TBSP soy sauce ( I added a tad more b/c I like a stiff soy sauce flavor)
• 1 TBSP sesame oil
• 1 TBSP balsamic vinegar
• 1 TBSP minced fresh garlic
• 1 TBSP minced fresh ginger
• 1 TBSP chopped scallions

In a bowl whisk all ingredients.

Fish and Shrimp (for 2)

• 6 large jumbo shrimp
• 2 white fish filets (You can use flounder, walleye, cod, tilapia, etc.)

Devein and peel shrimp and chop the fish filets cross ways 1 inch. Place the seafood in a plastic zip lock bag and then pour in half the salad dressing. Seal the bag and place it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.

Salad

• Any green leafy salad, I used a romaine medley and escarole
• Cilantro – chopped
• 1 avocado – quartered
• 1 fresh mandarin – peeled and deseeded
• ½ cup frozen edamame (soy bean, without the shell)
• sesame seeds, for topping (optional)

Arrange everything on a plate except the fish.

Heat non-stick pan on medium heat. Remove fish from bag and set the dressing in the bag on the side, and sauté fish about 4 minutes, add the remaining dressing from the zip lock bag (this dressing has the fishy flavor) and cook another 4 minutes until the fish and shrimp are nice and tender. Remove the shrimp and plate three shrimp in line on both plates and then plate the fish. Add the pan cooked dressing to the remaining half dressing and whisk once more. Spoon the dressing equally amongst both plates and serve.

Can it be that easy?