HOUSE OF KNIVES: PINK JERK SHRIMP SALAD

Cooking at home with Chef Santiago Gomez featuring Wild Fork Foods

An original series by The Hungry Post

Presented by Wild Fork Foods
How to cook like a local Miami chef at home

 


In this episode, Chef Santiago Gomez of Cantina la 20 and Tacology is back and this time, he’s making a pink jerk shrimp salad. Chef Santiago Gomez chose the Key West Pink Shrimp from Wild Fork Foods to prepare his dish. This wild caught shrimp is all natural with tender textures and sweet flavors. Interested in cooking more like Chef Santiago? Check out his Mexican Tlayuda recipe.

Here’s the recipe:

Pink Jerk Shrimp Salad
INGREDIENTS

Key West Pink Shrimp from Wild Fork Foods
• Jerk sauce
• Golden berries from Colombia
• Organic mix greens
• Roasted Pinions aka pine nuts
• Sea Salt
• Black Pepper
• Radishes

DIRECTIONS

First thing is first, you got to clean and peel those shrimp. After that’s done, season them with salt, pepper and olive oil. For that Caribbean flavor, add the jerk sauce to your shrimp. Once the shrimp has been seasoned and sauced up, place them on the grill to cook. Set your grilled shrimp aside as you prepare the green portion of your dish. Chef Santiago Gomez recommends using a mandoline to slice the radishes and mix them with the golden berries and a light drizzle of olive oil. Place the organic mix green as the bed of your salad and add the golden berries, roasted pinions, and the grilled shrimp.

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