Fresh prawn, shaved zucchini, avocado, fennel, basil and hazelnut salad recipe

Dreamy, warm weather eating – this salad from The Bucket List is sweet and delightful.


1 kg fresh cooked tiger prawns

½ cup hazelnuts

2 medium zucchini

1 medium bulb fennel

1 avocado

1 cup picked basil leaves

1 cup picked flat parsley leaves

1 cup picked mint leaves

1 tablespoon cider vinegar

3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Salt and pepper

1 bunch dill, picked


1. Peel the prawns, leaving the tail intact.

2. Preheat the oven to 150°C. Roast the hazelnuts for 10 minutes. Place in a tea towel and rub to remove the skin. Lightly crush the nuts.

3. Shave the zucchini into rounds on a mandolin or with a sharp knife.

4. Cut the fennel in half then shave with mandolin or with a sharp knife.

5. Cut the avocado into small random pieces.

6. Gently mix all the prepared vegetables and herbs, except the dill, in a bowl with the prawns.

7. Dress with the vinegar and oil and season.

8. Plate the salad in one large bowl or distribute individually and garnish with the picked dill.

Try more dishes like this at The Bucket List in Bondi.

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