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the goods

1 red onion, sliced into rings

1 large hierloom tomatoe, chopped into wedges

3 cups washed arugula leaves

3 cups washed spinach leaves

2 cups radicchio leaves

2 cups romaine leaves, chopped

1 cup fresh basil leaves

1/2 cup fresh dill chopped

Bea's wasabi dill dressing:

1/2 cup olive oil

1/4 cup wasabi oil (or 1/2 cup canola oil with 1 teaspoon wasabi mixed in)

1/2 tspn asian sesame oil

1/3 cup pale vinegar (cider, champagne, orange muscat...)

2 tblspns chopped fresh dill

juice 1/2 lemon

dash worcestershire sauce

6 grinds of a pepper mill

1/2 tspn maldon salt

 

time:

  • active: 15 minutes
  • total: 40 mins (if cooking potatoes and lobster)

you will need:

  • large salad bowl
  • small saucepan for potatoes
  • small measuring cup for dressing

serve with: 

  • warm baguette
  • an Aussie unwooded chardonnay

 

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lobster salad with Bea's wasabi and dill dressing

my friend, Bea, made this dressing for me the other night and I fell in love. the dill / wasabi union is truly one made in heaven. she explained that the lemon is what brought both flavours together so seamlessly. I just reached for the jug and poured more dressing...an excuse to mop it all up with more fresh bread...see what you think

for those of us lucky enough to live near Trader Joe's, you can buy the wasabi oil already bottled...everyone else can mix their own

I recommend making the salad with shelled lobster, but you could throw in some extra claws just to give everyone an excuse to get their fingers covered in more dressing, then watch them all have a little finger-lickin' ecstasy!

it's easy:

mix all of the salad dressing ingredients and pour into an old jar, screw the lid on tight and shake it all about

lay all of the salad ingredients in a bowl, lobster chunks artfully arranged on top and pour the salad dressing over the lot

serve with plenty of bread

enjoy!!

 

 

 

 

 

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