Homemade Gazpacho

Homemade Gazpacho

Summer gazpacho soup to enjoy with friends and family.

Summer Gazpacho

In warm weather, a cold soup like gazpacho can taste great. I often just eat these as a healthy snack. If I have people, I dare to work it up a bit with some gray shrimps or a few fried scampi. Delicious as a simple starter! Also decorate your gazpacho with some basil, coriander or parsley for a spicy touch. The gapzacho that I make is based on tomatoes from a jar from our store. The advantage of this is that I no longer have to peel them and they already have a nice tomato flavor. Rustichella d'Abruzzo peeled tomatoes also contain no salt, sugar or preservatives. They are tomatoes, pure nature!

What do you need?

• half a cucumber into large pieces
• 1 green pepper (stem and seeds removed) coarsely chopped
• small onion (or half a large one), peeled
• 1 clove of garlic (peeled and stripped of the bitter core)

What do you need from our store?

• 2 jars of peeled tomatoes Rustichella d'Abruzzo (you can also replace with, for example, 1 kg of fresh tomatoes, peeled and the green core removed)
• 3 to 4 tablespoons of good olive oil (I used Bouteillan olive oil)
• 3 spoons of wine vinegar
• 1 small teaspoon of salt

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How do you make this tasty gazpacho?

Making gazpacho is actually super easy! Throw all the ingredients into the blender and let it blend at full speed for about 2 minutes until you obtain a smooth soup. Place the soup in the refrigerator for a while and serve ice cold. Make it original and serve with some crushed ice. Tasty!

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See you soon ;)
- Birger -

Birger's Kitchen


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