I am so much obsessed with chefs. They are the people who create amazing stuff on which I always feel to drool over. Their dishes are more like art works. Whenever I see a chef cooking something on TV, I always wonder that they must be going to create something very amazing and tasty. Australian Chef Teresa is known for her amazing cooking and food presentation skills. She always uses most prized ingredients in her dishes like avocados and shrimps and can create number of different dishes through them. It’s not all about taste and presentation in fact, her dishes are also very healthy and good for weight watchers too.
Have a look at this Shrimp avocado salad with salmorejo vinaigrette, to judge how yummy dishes she can create. This signature dish is made with pure tomato puree, fresh bread, and yummy and fresh other ingredients.
Ingredients for Salmorejo Vinaigrette:
- Whole wheat bread: 1 slice
- Tomatoes: 2 and finely ripped
- Garlic clove: 1 small and peeled
- White vinegar: 3 tbsps.
- Olive oil: 6 tbsps. Extra virgin
- Salt to taste
Take water in a bowl and run in microwave oven to make it lukewarm. Meanwhile toast bread slice in toaster and soak that toast in the water. Now remove from the water and set aside. Discard the water. Combine other ingredients in food processor along with soaked bread slice and run the processor to make fine and smooth paste.
Ingredients for Avocado and Shrimp Salad:
- Avocados: 2, peeled and halved
- Shrimps: 12 washed, cooked and peeled and length wise halved
- Tomato: 1 tbsp. minced
- Green bell pepper: 1 tbsp. minced
- White vinegar and olive oil to serve
Peel avocados and cut them half, maintaining their half shape. Place avocado in centre of the plate making its shape like butterfly in the plates. Now spoon salmorejo vinaigrette around the avocado in plate surround with shrimp halves. Now garnish each plate with bell pepper and tomato mince and season with salt and olive oil.
This mouth-watering dish doesn’t include any spice with its all on you that you can sprinkle some black pepper or paprika powder to add spice to your taste.