Gazpacho is a classic cold Spanish soup, perfect for hot summer days. Traditionally prepared with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and garlic. To make gazpacho more delicious, you can add more fresh vegetables and seasoning with a little Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce. You can buy Spanish tomato sauce by clicking on Home of Spanish Food – Brindisa Spanish Foods.
Roma tomatoes are the most commonly used to make tomato-based gazpacho, but ripe, juicy tomatoes work well. Gazpacho should be kept freshly refrigerated in an airtight, non-reactive container for 2 to 3 days.
Other types of gazpacho:
Gazpacho is prepared in a variety of delicious ways. Tomatoes share a central place with other fresh ingredients, such as watermelon. Some gazpachos are not made with tomatoes at all, such as white gazpacho.
Gazpacho is a cold soup made with bread, blanched almonds, green grapes, cucumber, olive oil, and garlic.
Types of gazpacho:
Gazpacho with avocado and corn
Blend the gazpacho to preferred texture:
Place all ingredients in a large bowl. Blend in batches with an immersion blender or a regular blender until the desired smoothness is achieved.
Season and chill:
Adjust seasoning with more salt, pepper, sugar, or Tabasco. Place in a non-reactive container for storage (tomatoes are acidic). Place in the refrigerator for a few hours or overnight to allow the flavors to infuse.
Make sure you use only fresh ingredients for this soup. You can also top the soup with sliced avocado and serve with crusty bread.