Strawberry Gazpacho Recipe
A big bowl of chilled sweet and slightly spicy gazpacho made with strawberries, fresh garden veggies, and avocado would be just the thing for a light meal on a hot summer day.
I made this soup on a hot summer day when strawberries were in their peak season. The flavors were very fresh from all the herbs and somewhat pungent from the onions and spices.
Fresh watermelon gazpacho with cucumber, jalapeno pepper, and blueberries is a new sweet twist on the traditional gazpacho recipe.
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Golden cherry tomatoes, yellow peaches, and orange bell peppers are the highlights of Chef John's sun-kissed gazpacho, a refreshing yet savory summer soup made easily in the blender.
This cold summer vegetable soup is best with fresh, sweet tomatoes.
Fresh gazpacho is an easy way to load up on vegetables on a hot summer day. Chill in refrigerator before serving for best results.
For the ultimate gazpacho, you must peel, seed, dice, salt and drain really good, vine-ripened tomatoes. So what if you don't have time to fuss with fresh tomatoes? I've found the canned variety makes a fine substitute. Another advantage: Fresh tomatoes start to deteriorate as soon as the soup is refrigerated, but canned tomatoes are unaffected by the chill.
Blending tomato, onion, cucumber, and bell pepper with olive oil and vinegar makes a quick, cold, and fresh classic Spanish soup.
A wonderful cold summer soup, great with tortilla chips, crackers, or crusty bread. Can be used as a salsa if thickened.