This recipe for this delicious Waldorf-Inspired Tuna and Avocado Salad has been brought to you by the World Avocado Organization. In case you were not aware that such an organisation existed, the World Avocado Organization’s (WAO) primary purpose is to promote and increase the consumption, awareness and value of avocados in international markets. It was established in February 2016 as an international non-profit organization. Based in Washington, D.C., the WAO represents some of the world’s largest avocado producers, exporters and importers, including Mexico, Peru, South Africa and the United States of America.
The EU, including the UK, is one of the fastest growing markets worldwide and already the second-largest market for imported avocados in the world. It is expected to grow by at least 15 percent per year in the next five years and to help provide some avocado-inspired recipes they have developed a range of recipes from dips to desserts in this e-book. Here is one recipe you can try right now:
Waldorf-Inspired Tuna and Avocado Salad
2 avocados, pitted, peeled, and cubed
1 can (170g) water-packed tuna, drained
1 medium cucumber, seeded and diced
150g cherry tomatoes, halved
100g diced celery, diced
10g cilantro coriander leaves, rinsed and finely chopped
30g walnuts, chopped
60ml olive oil
125ml lime juice
Salt and pepper
In a large bowl, combine the avocado, tuna, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, celery, cilantrocoriander, and walnuts.
Gently toss with olive oil and lime juice.
Season to taste with salt and pepper to taste before serving.