Gazpacho is a complete summer soup, with perfect refreshing vegetables mixed and churned into a semi-liquid gravy, topped with veggies or bread crumbs
What is Gazpacho?
A perfect Spanish takeaway to try in subtropical areas, with a very easy and simple process.
This Gazpacho soup is not the traditional hot cooking liquid, it is made with all raw vegetables like onion, tomato, and cucumber.
These veggies are mixed and churned in a liquid that is flavored with salt, black pepper, ground cumin, and served with toasted bread crumbs.
Gazpacho is a must-try for Indians, and it would be more like a smoothie for us here.
So what are we waiting for, let’s get started!
Reason to love this recipe,
1. It is very easy to make, you just need the right chopping’s and you are good to go.
2. All the ingredients are easily available and most are in your kitchen, so you can just make it in minutes.
3. Healthwise, it is a perfect glass to catch-up in summer, to keep you hydrated and energized.
How to make Gazpacho Soup:
Tips to make the best recipe:
1. The consistency of the liquid is a very important factor, it should not be too thick, either too watery,
so make sure you grind it well and there are no lumps left in the liquid after churning.
2. It tastes the best if you serve it chilled, so after you are done preparing,
refrigerate it for 1-hour minimum and serve it cold and fresh.
3. You could serve it topped with fresh cream, mint leaves, and sliced dossed bread crumbs.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Is gazpacho served cold?
Gazpacho is made of all raw vegetables and no stove is required to cook it.
It is served cold as a refreshing summer smoothie.
2. Should gazpacho be smooth or chunky?
Gazpacho should be perfectly smooth if you are serving it as a blended liquid in a tall glass,
whereas if you are serving as a soup, you can keep it chunk also.
3. How long can we store gazpacho?
The raw liquid without any added flavours can be stored for 3 to 4 days in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
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