My family was blessed to visit Oahu last week, including my in laws, we were six strong in Kailua! It was amazing....
We rented a little house walking distance from the beach, we didn't want to be stuck eating out all the time plus with Paulo's food allergies it just isn't an option! We were lucky enough to find a cute little three bedroom, two bathroom house literally a two minute walk away from the ocean. We spent a lot of time in this water!
Since we had a well equipped kitchen we ate at home as much as we could. Mostly simple stuff, a lot of fresh fruit and salad and we took advantage of the local Whole Foods to buy some fresh Hawaiian fish. A couple of days into our trip we bought some Marlin steaks. I steamed them up and seasoned with black salt-I'd never seen that before!-and pepper. Very simple and very good. We had some left over that my mother in law shredded up with the intent of making a "tuna" salad. Good intentions aside we just didn't make that happen. So on our last night there we were faced with the task of emptying the fridge as much as we could, we made a gallant effort to eat up the left over goodies and to that end I made this for dinner:
In a large bowl combine:
Peeled and diced mango
Minced serrano chile
Drizzle with balsamic vinegar and season with salt.
Heat a pan with oil, we had canola on hand, and add the shredded (cooked) fish. Squeeze lemon and season with salt and pepper. Heat through and then add to the fruit, stir well to combine. Serve on a bed of baby spinach with crusty bread and cheap wine!