Sautéed Spanish Mackerel with Black-Eyed Pea Salad
The black-eyed pea salad can be prepared early in the day; cover and refrigerate. Serve lightly chilled or at room temperature.
Dried shrimp are available at Asian markets in a variety of sizes and forms. Choose headless shrimp that are still slightly pliable; they shouldn't crumble when pressed.
This cilantro-inflected mackerel pairs perfectly with an herbal Chilean Sauvignon Blanc, particularly from the up-and-coming Casablanca Valley.