Gazpacho Soup Recipe

How to make Gazpacho Soup with this easy recipe, list of ingredients and step by step instructions

Gazpacho soup is served cold. The recipe originates from Andalusia in Spain and the popularity of the refreshing cold soup spread amongst other warm countries. The nickname of Gazpacho soup is Andalusian Spanish liquid salad.

There are several types of Gazpacho soup made in Andalusian communities and common ingredients include almonds, bread, garlic, vinegar, oil, stale bread, olive oil, salt and vinegar. Types of Gazpacho include White Gazpacho or Ajoblanco Malagueño. There are even some recipes that do not use tomatoes.

This cold soup is ideal for summer months and occasions such as barbecues. It is an ideal healthy starter because of the high proportion of salad and vegetable ingredients. It is easily made and can be prepared hours prior to serving and stored in the fridge.

This easy to make Gazpacho soup will serve four people and takes about 20 minutes to prepare.

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How To Make Gazpacho soup


1 red pepper
1 green pepper
Half an onion
1 cucumber that has been skinned
One crushed clove of garlic
6 ripe tomatoes that have been de-seeded
1 tin of chopped tomatoes
125mls of extra virgin oil
4 tablespoons of red wine vinegar

Garnish And Seasoning

Salt and pepper to season
Chopped chives for the garnish
Crispy warmed bread roll to serve

Making Gazpacho soup

Skin the cucumber and slice it down the middle. Remove the seeds.

Peel the peppers and remove the seeds and core.

Dice half of the pepper and half of the red pepper. Set aside.

Blend and liquidise the remaining red pepper and cucumber with the tomatoes, onion, green pepper, olive oil and the red wine vinegar. Season as required.

Sieve the liquid into a large bowl and place in a refrigerator for at least one hour.

Once the soup has cooled or just as you are about to serve the soup ladle portions into pre chilled bowls. Add the remaining chopped red pepper and cucumber to each bowl and garnish with the chopped chives.

Trivia About Gazpacho Soup

Red Dwarf, the BBC comedy science fiction series, was based on the adventures of Chief Technician Arnold Rimmer, David Lister, Holly the ships computer, Cat and Kryton the android. Arnold Rimmer was a hologram. He was a minor crew member who caused the death of the ship's entire crew, other than Dave Lister who was punished by being in stasis, by causing a radiation leak. The last words of Rimmer were Gazpacho Soup. Holly brought him back as the ship's only hologram to keep Lister sane. Lister watches recordings of Arnold's death and eventually finds out why Gazpacho Soup were his last words. He tells Dave Lister that he was a young officer cadet proudly at the Captain's table having dinner. He was brought soup and whilst the table were tucking into the delicious soup he returned it to the steward, complaining loudly that it was cold and to bring him back a piping hot bowl. The Captain and his guests had a good laugh at Rimmer and he never recovered from the humiliation.

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