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Halibut with Avocado Tomato Salsa

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I don't follow recipes very often for our weeknight dinners, so I thought I'd show you a simple thing I made the other night. I seared a halibut fillet, that was just seasoned with salt and pepper. I placed that on top of quinoa that had mango salsa stirred into it. Then I topped it all with a salsa that was made with avocado, tomato, green onion, jalapeno pepper, salt and pepper. I thought I had a lime to squeeze on top, but I didn't. I improvised and splashed on a little margarita mix, which worked perfectly. It was a light, flavorful dinner.

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