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Indulge in the refreshing flavours of Gazpacho, a beloved traditional Spanish cold soup that brims with an array of crisp and delectable vegetables, perfect for beating the heat on a scorching summer day. This simple and delicious Cold Spanish Soup or Tomato Gazpacho recipe will be a hit at your summer gatherings. The combination of fresh ingredients and a chilled serving makes it a refreshing choice for hot days. Don’t forget to experiment with different garnishments and enjoy the delightful flavours of this chilled summer soup. Origins Get ready for a tasty tidbit from southern Spain, Andalusia! Gazpacho, a refreshing cold soup, has become a staple on menus throughout Spain, with each region adding its own twist. Traditionally made in a mortar to avoid bubbles and foam, nowadays, we can use a blender to whip up a quick and delicious batch. Embrace the flavours of gazpacho and let it transport…

This summer, brighten your tastebuds with Almond & Pineapple Gazpacho! A fruity yet nutty cold soup also called gazpacho. This vegan soup will be all you’ll need to make an impression for your next summer feast! Almond & Pineapple Gazpacho is based on the original gazpacho recipe, “Ajo Blanco,” which contains almonds, garlic, bread and a bit of vinegar. The traditional one doesn’t have pineapple, but sometimes grapes are used. A traditional and ancestral Spanish recipe with a touch of fun pineapple! Gazpacho History Gazpacho existed way before tomatoes were imported into Europe from the New World. The Arabs imported them and later cultivated them in Spain. Back in the day, Spaniards used to make “cold soup” gazpacho with almonds and vinegar. They are quite a few excellent recipes using them in Spain. Often used in the “Picada” last aromatic touch at the end of cooking. Plus, it thickens sauces…

Minty Cucumber Gazpacho is so simple and refreshing on a hot summer day. Blend up some cucumber, green pepper, garlic, onion and mint until smooth and you got yourself a delicious liquid salad! Cucumber Gazpacho is the perfect refreshing soup on a sunny day! A starter to any summer meal, whether it’s a BBQ or else. Also, great as a side-of-the-pool snack. You can serve it as a simple soup or in a pitcher with fine glasses as tapas. The only is: to keep it as cold as possible until served. Laying on ice even would be ultimate. Gazpacho Origin This cold soup is a modern variation of the famous Spanish tomato cold soup Gazpacho (gazpacho recipe here). It contains all the same secondary ingredients, the only missing one here is the tomato. Cucumbers replace the tomato and also a touch of mint, to make it extra fresh. The original gazpacho dates back to…

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