How to make it

  • Drop the garlic clove into the processor while running. This will mince the garlic.
  • Stop processing and coarsely cut up the other vegetables into the processor.
  • Pulse the processor a few burst to chop them. Remove some of the vegetables if you like your soup chunky.
  • Add lemon juice, red wine vinegar, 1 or 2 cups of tomato juice and seasonings and process. Stop processing and pour into large bowl or jar.
  • Add back the chunky vegetables and the rest of the tomato juice. Mix thoroughly and refrigerate until ready to serve. Adjust seasoning and serve cold as a soup garnished with celery leaves.
  • Serve with chunks of French bread for sopping.
  • Note: Gazpacho originally came from Seville, Spain. The word "gazpacho" is derived from the Arabic meaning "soaked bread." Many of the gazpacho recipes, and there are many variations, call for the bread or bread crumbs to be incorporated into the soup.

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  • oldgringo 8 years ago
    Hi Windy,

    You have said it all!

    oldgringo, Richard
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    windy1950 ate it and said...
    I can think of nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than something tomatoey like this gazpacho or perhaps aspic... unless it's adding a margarita to go with.
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  • linebb956 10 years ago
    Getting that time of year for this.. I use lime in place of the lemon.. I think it is because of where I live.. Lime is used even in the teas...
    Going to have to pick up extra tomatoes.. mine are just starting to blossom...
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    lunasea ate it and said...
    This is so delicious - great recipe! Thanks so much, Richard...
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    jenniferbyrdez ate it and said...
    Perfect. Thanks Gringo.
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    grandmommy ate it and said...
    Love Gazpacho. Haven't had it in a while, this will be a good one to try soon. It will be even better when my own tomatoes come in. Thanks for the post.
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  • luckysgirl 10 years ago
    this looks wonderful! thank you!
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  • misslionheart 10 years ago
    Never ate tomatoes till I got pregnant with my first! Now I cant get enough...
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