Seven soups every Saturday: gazpacho recipes
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe that people who don't like chilled soups should make an exception for gazpacho, the raw vegetable-based soup that originated in Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain. Gazpacho transports you to the warm, sunny-baked Mediterranean climate, where the idea of cold soup, made with garden-fresh vegetables, feels so right. Most, but not all, gazpacho begins with tomatoes and garlic, something -- bread or nuts, depending on whether you want a gluten-free version -- to thicken, and good olive oil. Healthy and refreshing. And, yes, chilled. Even if you don't like cold soup, I hope you'll try gazpacho this summer. Just try it.
Seven gazpacho recipes caught my eye this week:
Watermelon gazpacho with lime, from Gluten-free Goddess
Portuguese white gazpacho, from Leite's Culinaria
Simple summer gazpacho, from Farmgirl Fare
Green Zebra gazpacho with cucumber and avocado, from Kalyn's Kitchen
White gazpacho, from Hedonia
Gazpacho (traditional), from My Colombian Recipes
Mango gazpacho, from The Taste Space
Find more delicious gazpacho recipes on Food Blog Search. Come back every Saturday for seven soup recipes to enjoy any day of the week.