1) For the won tons: Cut in triangles, and deep-fry in oil at 190C about 1 1/2 mins each side until golden brown. Place on 2 sheet pans with towels to catch oil. Season with salt and freshly ground white pepper.
2) For the ahi: Cut in square 2.5 by 2.5cm logs, 15cm wide, dredge in Caribbean seasoning and sear on all sides, set aside. Slice thin with serrated knife on cutting board. Keep saute pan hot with oil, and sear in batches using a long spatula and teriyaki glaze in squeeze bottle. Place seared ahi in hot pan, squeeze teriyaki into the pan and deglaze.
3) For the salad: Combine spring mix, shredded napa, coriander, oranges, spring onions, fried rice noodles, mushrooms, candied walnuts, and almonds. Toss all together in citrus soy sesame vinaigrette enough to wet and coat, but not soak, then mince it up, and save in bowl.
4) For the mango salsa: Place the mangos, jalapeno, red onion, coriander, lime juice, chilli sauce, teriyaki glaze, to taste, and toss together in bowl. Set aside.
5) For the teriyaki glaze: In pot, saute ginger, shallots, garlic and lemon grass. Deglaze with teriyaki sauce, pineapple juice and orange juice. Add brown sugar, chilli flakes and white pepper. When it comes to a boil on high heat, add cornflour slurry and sesame oil whisking until thick enough to coat the back of a spoon. Set aside to cool. Place in squeeze bottle. Toast sesame seeds in a preheated 150C oven for about 10 mins.
5) For the citrus soy vinaigrette: Place everything in blender and drizzle in the oil until semi-thick and emulsified. Place into squeeze bottle.
6) For the miso mango glaze: In bowl mix all ingredients together, and strain. Set aside.
7) For the wasabi creme fraiche: Whisk all ingredients in a bowl and set aside.
8) For assembling: Place all won tons on 3 platters. Toss salad mix and coat with vinaigrette. Place on won tons, then crisscross ahi on top, then place mango salsa and drizzle wasabi creme fraiche in 1 direction, and miso mango glaze and teriyaki in another direction. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and garnish with tabiko.
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