Gazpacho de Andalusia

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What is Gazpacho?

Not familiar with Gazpacho? Think of it as a cold soup made from fresh garden vegetables. It is a big deal in Spain. There is no other soup on the planet as refreshing as Gazpacho.  It smells like a walk through a ripe summer garden and tastes as pure as a good deed feels.

This is an authentic Spanish recipe for Gazpacho. My wife, Kait, went to Spain for a few months in a study abroad program in college. She LOVES all things Spain. Gazpacho is a fun culinary trip down memory lane for her. Her enthusiasm was contagious and now, I too, am a Gazpacho super fan. I love this recipe because the fresh ingredients really speak for themselves. Other Gazpacho recipes are, in my opinon, way too onion-y. Leaving out the onion allows a fresh focus on the tomatoes, pepper, and cucumber. I hope you enjoy this easy-to-chew way to enjoy your fresh vegetables!



Easy To Chew is a food blog created by a dentist, a public health professional, and a registered dietitian. Their mission? To cook up delicious recipes  dedicated to those who are in need of foods which are easy to chew, easy to swallow, and easy to love!


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    Gazpacho de Andalusia

    There is no other soup on the planet as refreshing as Gazpacho.  It smells like a walk through a ripe summer garden and tastes as pure as a good deed feels.
    5 from 5 votes
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    Course: Side Dish/Vegetable
    Cuisine: Spanish
    Keyword: Soup, Tomatoes
    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: 1 minute
    Servings: 4


    • Blender


    • 6 roma tomatoes
    • ½ chopped green pepper
    • ½ chopped cucumber
    • 1 clove minced garlic
    • 2 tablespoons olive oil
    • ¼ cup breadcrumbs
    • ½ cup water
    • ½ teaspoon salt
    • 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar


    • Blanch the tomatoes in boiling water for 30 seconds, then put them directly into ice water to stop the cooking. The skins should be easy to remove at this point. Remove the skins, take out the seeds.
    • Put the peeled/seeded tomatoes into a blender along with all the other ingredients. Blend until smooth.
    • Put in the refrigerator, it is best served chilled. If you can tolerate added textures, feel free to garnish with extra cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes and a drizzle of olive oil.
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    Andalusia is a community in southern Spain.  It is best known for its gazpacho, bullfighting, and flamenco dancing

    If you need this Gazpacho to be thicker, you can add more bread crumbs. Blend in a few extra tablespoons of breadcrumbs at a time until your desired consistency is reached.

    Vegetables are not always easy to chew. Blenders are the great culinary equalizer, they make everything easy to chew. With a blender you can unlock all the nutritive goodness that is stored inside fresh veggies, without the hassle of a lot of chewing.

    This makes the smoothest purees on planet earth!

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