HUEVO DE TORO TOMATOES
Native to the Guadalhorce Valley, the Huevo de Toro tomato has become a coveted ingredient. It has a quality label and, unlike other tomatoes, is characterised by its great size. This fertile region, especially Coín, produces this variety of tomatoes that can weigh as much as 300-600 grams! This fruit has a creamy, soft texture, with a perfect sweetness-acidity balance. The ideal way to eat this tomato from Málaga is raw or in a salad, well-drizzled with olive oil and a pinch of salt; it is also delicious for making gazpacho and other cold soups.
Avocados – the same as mangos- have firmly taken root in the Axarquía region, thanks to its subtropical climate. Their versatility makes them perfect for salads, as well as naturally combining with other ingredients; not to mention that they are an essential ingredient of guacamole. This avocado from the coast almost bathed by the Mediterranean features a hard skin and plenty of yellowish-green flesh. Born to succeed!