Seaweed away

Seaweed may not be the most obvious superfood, after all, most of us are used to seeing it in a less than attractive, washed up on the beach kind of scenario.
There is, however, a lot going for it. For starters, it's a good source of some essential nutrients, including folate, iron, magnesium, calcium, iodine and Vitamins A and C. 
Secondly, it's delicious. 
For this recipes, dulse (purple seaweed) is combined with orange, dill and toasted hazelnut. 
It's a simple yet impressive dish that is a total treat for the taste buds.

Ingredients for 2:
1 orange
a large handful of dried dulse or other seaweed
a small bunch of dill
a small cup of hazelnuts
sherry vinegar & olive oil to serve

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C. Toast the hazelnuts for 10 minutes until lightly coloured. Set aside to cool.
Soak the dried seaweed for 10 minutes. Discard the water and pat dry the rehydrated seaweed.
Peel and thinly slice the orange.
Strip the dill fonds off the stalk and discard the stalks.
Start by dividing the orange slices between two plates, lay the seaweed on top, scatter over the dill fonds and top with the toasted hazelnuts.
Drizzle the salad with a generous glug of olive oil and a teaspoon of sherry vinegar.
Serve immediately.