Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Shark and Sea Spinach salad

4 shark's steaks, mixed lettuce leaves, some cherry tomatoes, sea spinach, 1 garlic clove, salt, pepper, oil

Sea spinach are very much similar to the normal spinach but a bit bitter and more salty. They can be found especially near the sea side. I have them in the garden which is infact very close to the sea. Shark is typically available frozen as steaks and fillets.
A simple way to cook it then is to cut the steaks into cubes and roast them with a little bit of oil and crushed garlic. Let it cook at least for 5 minutes until brown.
In the meantime prepare the salad with the cherry tomatoes, add oil and a pinch of salt. In a non-sticky pan, cook the sea spinach with a tiny bit of water until soft and tender, but do not overcook them. They should result crispy.
Lay the salad on a plate, add the shark on top and sprinkle with a bit of salt and pepper. Distribute the sea spinach beside and there you have it.


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