Spanish Gazpacho

Hello Everyone,

since I blogged this recipe end of last summer, most of you might not have tried this so far. So I decided to give it another try, I hope you enjoy it!

It’s a Spanish cold soup, called Gazpacho. This is how it’s prepared:

500g Tomatoes, 1 cucumber (rather big one or you take 2-3 small ones), 1 bell pepper (a green one), 1 garlic clove, 3 slices of low protein bread, 2 spoons of olive oil and 2 spoons of red wine vinegar (I’m not sure, whether this is the common word for it, I hope you know what I mean :-P)

Douse the tomatoes with boiling water and remove the peel. then cut them as small as possible. Also peel the cucumber and slice it. Bell pepper also needs to be cut into small pieces, as well as the bread. Add salt, garlic, oil, red wine vinegar and blend everything until there are no pieces left.

Store it in the refridgerator for a few minutes and enjoy the cold, refreshing soup, it’s DELICIOUS!

Love,
Katie xxx

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3 thoughts on “Spanish Gazpacho

  1. lila says:

    I love this soup and I can’t wait for my daughter to be old enough to cook her a low-pro version. Just a tip: mix in a food processor the bread, garlic, tomato, salt, oil and add 1-2 drops of tabasco, plus 1/2 spoon of cumin. Once it is mashed put it on the fridge for at least 3-4 hours (or overnight). When you’re about to serve it, add cold water to the soup, and make it thinner according to your taste. Also add coccumber and pepper cut in small pieces, along with balsamico. I love it!

  2. Lila says:

    She s 3. Too spicy for her right now!

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