Cochayuyo Alga, Cochayuyu or Colloi is a large alga that can reach 15 meters in length. Its scientific name is Durvillaea antarctica and belongs to the botanical family of the Phaeophyta or brown algae.
This alga has been one of the food resources of Native American communities for centuries and today is part of the traditional Chilean cuisine. Generally used Cooked. It has to be cooked for 15 or 20 minutes, drain and reserve.
You can enjoy its taste and value as an ingredient in salads, paella, soups and stews...
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