The Peruvian Avocado Commission recently revamped its website, featuring new ways to continue consuming avocados past the Peruvian growing season. The site includes new recipes which use avocados in unique ways.
“Our recipes represent a sampling of flavors from around the world. Sourced from well-known chefs like Ricardo Zarate of Los Angeles and Martin Morales of London to popular food bloggers and contest winners, our recipes reflect Americans’ growing taste for fresh avocados and recipes that go above and beyond the tried and true guacamole,” Xavier Equihua, CEO of the Peruvian Avocado Commission, said in a news release.
Many of the recipes focus on using avocados outside the typical summer season. Chupa de camarones, for example, is a soup which blends flavors of avocado, pumpkin, potato, and corn. Another fan-favorite, according to the release, is the avocado sea salt shake.
“We want consumers to know that avocados can be paired with just about any food and prepared a thousand different ways,” Equihua said.
The website’s easy-to-use format allows visitors to scroll past pictures of Peruvian avocados, nutirional information, and cookbook-style recipes which incorporate avocados into any meal or chef skill-set.