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Has a delicious and easy recipe for Gazpacho appeared here?

Asked by gailcalled (54621points) August 22nd, 2007

If so, where?If not, do you have one. The produce is so lush now.

We fed five people last night on one Brandywine freshly-picked tomato.

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kevbo's avatar

Yes, under that quick & easy recipe question from a few days ago.

gailcalled's avatar

I found potato leek, corn chowder, ginger carrot, lentil, squash, cauliflower and kitchen sink soups, but no Gazpacho. Can you locate it? TIA

nickschofer's avatar

It's not so much about the tomatoes (although nice ripe juicy ones rule), its about the herbs. Chuck a buttload of basil and flat-leaf parsley in there and blend it until it is real green, not red. People will freak out on how good it is.

jeanm's avatar

I recommend a version of gazpacho that I had in Spain a few years ago: Salmorejo. The recipe I use is from the cookbook Paella! by Penelope Casas. It includes the usual ingredients plus a few slides of bread, olive oil, sherry wine vinegar, and it has chopped hard boiled eggs sprinkled on top. Delicious - always gets rave reviews.

gailcalled's avatar

Can you throw cut-up tomatoes into cuisinart w/o skinning and seeding? I am getting really lazy in the kitchen. And I don't like the idea of adding canned tomato juice. Anyoe willing to take me step by step?

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