Tuesday 18 August 2015

Guacamole salad with grapefruit marinated sturgeon

10 minutes to prepare Serves 4




The famous Mexican sauce guacamole is an ancient condiment made from avocado, whose recipe dates back to the time of the Aztecs.
Guacamole was originally made of mashed avocados mixed with lime juice and salt, but, with the passing of time, it has been enriched up until becoming much more elaborate, as it now includes tomatoes, chili, onion, garlic, pepper, cumin powder and fresh coriander.

Today we will try to return to the origins of guacamole flavor with a recipe including both avocado and grapefruit juice. It is a second course dish, fresh and tasty, which features sturgeon fillets flavored with coriander and grapefruit, made ​​spicy thanks to the employment of dried hot chili peppers, and served on a bed of crispy salad. A simple and sublime delight!

Here's what you will need for the 4-serving recipe:

400 g sturgeon fillets
300 g fresh spinach and red salad mix
1 avocado
15 ripe cherry tomatoes
1 grapefruit
2 dried hot chili peppers
coriander seeds
EVO oil
salt and pepper


  1. Steam cook the sturgeon fillets for 10 minutes
  2. Meanwhile, prepare the grapefruit marinade: in a bowl, mix the juice of half grapefruit, chopped hot peppers, freshly ground coriander seeds, a pinch of oregano, 4 tablespoons of EVO oil, salt and pepper. Stir gently
  3. Take the fish fillets and cut them into medium size pieces. Immerse them in the marinade, mix well and let them cool in the refrigerator for 10 minutes
  4. Prepare the salad: cut salad leaves into strips and ​​tomatoes by half. Peel the avocado and cut it into slices; drizzle them with the remaining half grapefruit juice
  5. Arrange the salad in a bowl, and season it with 1 tablespoon of EVO oil and salt. Spread over the pieces of sturgeon drained from the grapefruit marinade. Complete the dish with slices of avocado and tomatoes. Bring to the table and enjoy!

    In the following, Nutrition Facts of this dish are indicated. Data is provided per serving.
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