Hot Wild Salmon with Spinach-Walnut-Citrus Salad

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Wild Salmon:
2 Wild salmon fillets with skin (about 4 oz. each) or salmon steaks (preferably line-caught)
2 tbsp Finely chopped fresh ginger
1 tbsp Wasabi paste
1/4 tsp Turmeric
Spinach Walnut Citrus Salad:
1 tbsp Olive oil
1 tbsp White wine vinegar
1 tsp Honey
Dash of cayenne pepper
Salt and freshly ground black pepper (optional)
1 Large bunch spinach (washed and trimmed)
1/4 cup Walnut halves (raw or pan-roasted)
1/2 Orange (cut into segments)
1/2 Grapefruit (cut into segments)
2 Green onions (chopped)

Hot Wild Salmon:

Prepare grill or preheat broiler.

Brush skinless side of salmon with combined ginger, wasabi paste and turmeric.

Grill or broil 4 to 6 inches from heat source for 10 to 12 minutes without turning, or until salmon is opaque in center.

Spinach Walnut Citrus Salad:

Combine oil, vinegar, honey and cayenne pepper; mix well.

Season to taste with salt and pepper if desired. Toss spinach with dressing and walnuts.

Arrange orange and grapefruit sections on top and garnish with green onions.