People!.....It's time for a recipe

I bought a mango and an avocado along with some scallions and some fresh herbs for the kitchen.  The herbs consisted of the usual standbys:  basil, rosemary and tarragon.  I added a few more: chocolate mint and grapefruit mint. 

1 mango - peeled and cubed
1/2 avocado cubed
1/2 cup onion scallions (I got these from the local Asian market)
3 leaves of grapefruit-mint
4 boiled shrimp chopped into bite-size pieces
1/4  cup soy sauce
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp. sugar
Potsticker wrapper fried in 1 tbsp. coconut oil sprinkle with a touch of sea salt...less is more.

Cube the mango, avocado and cut up the shrimp, put in a bowl and add the scallions and grapefruit mint.  Mix up the soy/water/sugar and pour over the mixture. 
Take the Gyoza/potsticker wrapper and cut in half, then cut in half again.  Fry in a tbsp. of coconut oil until brown. 

I use a "form" to get a stacked look.  I took a can (I think it had water chestnuts), cut the bottom and top off, washed it off and was good to go.  Take your form, put it on a plate then fill it with the mango/avocado mixture.  Top it off with the fried wrapper. 

This is absolutely amazing!  An excellent start to any dinner!

On another note, although my trip to Austin, I initially had some trepidation (due to the health conditions of my parents) it was by far one of my best trips.  Both parents are doing well.....very well.!