Massimo’s Sicilian Salad with Huon Wood Roasted Salmon

We’ve teamed up with friend of Huon Salmon Chef Massimo Mele to deliver a salad that screams summer! One bite of Massimo’s Sicilian Huon Salmon Salad and you’ll feel as if you’re standing on the shores of the Mediterranean. Pick up Huon Wood Roasted Salmon from the deli section of your local Hill Street store and assemble this fresh and sweet Italian masterpiece!

Massimo’s Sicilian Salad with Huon Wood Roasted Salmon
10 Minutes
15 Minutes

  • 250g Wood Roasted Huon Salmon (flaked)
  • 1 Red Capsicum Diced
  • 225g Brown Rice
  • 1 Zucchini (diced)
  • 1 Fennel Bulb, green tops reserved, diced
  • 15 Cherry Tomatoes
  • 2 Garlic Cloves (crushed)
  • 120ml Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • 25g Shelled Raw Pistachios
  • 150g Pitted Olives, chopped
  • 50g Grated Parmesan
  • Handful Chopped Mint
  • Handful Chopped Basil
  • 1 Lemon (juice only)
  • Sea Salt (pinch)
  • Pepper (pinch)


Jo rated this at 0 5 stars
Wow, fantastic flavour filled salmon dish. My husband who usually prefers his fish just a la natural, was so enthusiastic that he voted this the best fish dish he has ever eaten. Also, he had never eaten natural yoghurt before, with or without herbs. He just loved the yoghurt with mint, and garlic. Thank you Huon for introducing some excitement to our normally plain salmon meals.

Philippa Murray rated this at 0 5 stars
This is so yum, would recommend the recipe to everyone

Jules rated this at 0 5 stars
This is absolutely delicious. Making it on a regular basis. So nutritious and so easy. Everyone loves it.

Kim rated this at 0 5 stars
This recipe is amazing, works evertime. I've cooked this for dinner parties and everyone of my guests said wow. Thank you love love love this one. Taste sensation💋

Angus McCoatup rated this at 0 5 stars
Abso delish. So easy. So tasty. This will become a regular in our house!

Janine King rated this at 0 5 stars
It was delicious and I will be cooking it again!!

Robyn Burns rated this at 5 5 stars
The chowder is awesome! We first cooked it on holidays in Tasmania (sampling hte local produce, of course) and it is now a favourite at our house.

dennis peter glynn rated this at 1 5 stars
the recipe is very tasty but, 2 measured cups of aborio rice is way out for 400ml of stock. Should be 1 cup of rice. Stock should always be kept hot and added when needed. To get the right consistency, you need stir the rice often to release the starch. More lemon or lemon juice for taste as required

Tenina rated this at 5 5 stars
Hi guys, thanks for posting this recipe. There are a couple of steps repeated in this version and I thought you should know. Hope you make and enjoy! T