Preheat charcoal grill or broiler. Rinse halibut; pat dry. In medium bowl, combine lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, mint and oregano.
Drain beans in colander and rinse under cold running water. Line 9 x 13-inch baking sheet with double layer of paper towels.
Put flour on plate; season well with salt and pepper. Coat fish fillets lightly with seasoned flour; shake off excess.
Coat each fillet with sesame seeds; season with salt and pepper. Sauté salmon lightly in pan until cooked.
Place vegetable oil in skillet. Fry fish until half done.
In large baking pan, layer tomatoes, bread crumbs, salt and pepper; top with fillets. In saucepan, heat port wine, butter and shallots; boil for 2 minutes.
Wipe fish lightly with damp paper towel. Sprinkle both sides with salt and pepper.
Dip fillets into eggs. Combine cornstarch and mustard; coat both sides of fillets.
Season with salt and pepper. Bake about 1 hour, depending on size of fish. Serve on lettuce leaves for fancy appearance.
Let salmon marinate in Italian dressing for 30 minutes, turning infrequently. Separate vegetables into 4 equal portions.
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