Organicgirl Mahi Mahi Shiitake Salad
I love everything about salads. I love picking out the ingredients that will go into them, creating new twists on a classic, and discovering new flavors that will work together. I truly just enjoy the whole process of preparing them…and of course eating them.
A salad is always better when you use bold flavors. Keeping things mild is relatively boring so if there is an option to go bold or go home…I go bold. When I received two boxes of Organicgirl greens the other day I knew immediately what type of salad I was going to make. With the bite these particular greens offer I knew it would pair perfectly with the light taste of Mahi Mahi with an Asian type of dressing.
Organicgirl vive la France contains a variety of lettuce such as mâche rosettes, baby chard, baby arugula & radicchio. It varies depending on the season but I personally love the flavors of this mix.
Organicgirl 50/50! is a mix of baby spinach, baby green romaine lettuce, baby red romaine lettuce, tango, baby red oak leaf lettuce, baby green oak leaf lettuce, baby red chard, baby green chard, lolla rosa, arugula, mizuna, tatsoi, baby green leaf lettuce & baby red leaf lettuce.
I have only seen Organicgirl offered at one of the stores local to me but one is better then none right! To learn more about Organicgirl: Good Clean Greens, you can visit their site here and follow them on Facebook and Twitter. You can also search their site to find a retailer that carries their line in your stores here.
- 1 Mahi Mahi Filet
- Olive Oil
- Salt & Pepper
- Cayenne Pepper
- Hearts of Palm
- Green Onions
- Green Olives
- Purple Cabbage
- Organicgirl vive la France mix
- Organicgirl 50/50! mix
- Crunchy Chow Mein Noodles
- Shiitake Sesame Vinaigrette Dressing
- Mahi Mahi only take a few minutes on each side to cook prepare your salad prior to cooking the fish.
- Finely chop the lettuce blends as well as the remaining ingredients that will be going into the salad (onion, olives, carrots, cabbage and hearts of palm)
- Divide ingredients into two salad bowls and top with the crispy noodles
- Season the Mahi Mahi with Salt, Pepper & a light sprinkle of Cayenne Pepper
- Cook the Mahi Mahi in olive oil approximately 4-5 minutes on each side
- When your fish is cooked through place it on top of your salad, squirt with a bit of lemon and top with the Shitake Sesame dressing.
*I received these products for free to review as part of the Mom Bloggers Club. The opinions and text are all mine*
Rose Powell • July 16, 2014
Oh yummy yummy, I need to try this, I', rather boring when it comes to salads, but not anymore!!! Thanks Shana.