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Gazpacho Andaluz

Rated as 4.09 out of 5 Stars

"Direct from Spain, this recipe is simple and delicious. For this recipe it is convenient to have a hand mixer with chopping blades, a food processor, or a blender. This gazpacho can be garnished with minced vegetables and parsley, or with a little crushed ice."
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Ingredients

servings 301 cals
Original recipe yields 7 servings (6 to 8 servings)

Directions

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  1. Combine water, tomatoes, bread, and oil in a large stock pot. Set aside.
  2. In a food processor or blender, blend onion, garlic, cucumber, and green pepper to a paste. Stir into the stock pot.
  3. Using a hand mixer, blend until ingredients have a watery, pinkish consistency. Alternatively, process in a blender or food processor until smooth. Add vinegar, and season with salt.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 301 calories; 9.4 g fat; 46.5 g carbohydrates; 9.8 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 553 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Review from Spain. Only Red Bell Pepper is missed for a true Gazpacho Andaluz. Also, when all ingredients are blended and liquified, most times you don't need to add any water or bread crumbs, b...

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I, too, should have read the reviews before following this recipe. I followed it closely ... and am left with a vat of pink bread mush with a slight gazpacho-like perfume. I plan to carry it f...

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Review from Spain. Only Red Bell Pepper is missed for a true Gazpacho Andaluz. Also, when all ingredients are blended and liquified, most times you don't need to add any water or bread crumbs, b...

I am from Spain and this is a close as a real gazpacho recipe...no spices..no shrimps..the real thing!

Excellent recipe! And true to its originis, especially in its use of good crusty stale bread and in its omission of many ingredients that have nothing to do with the authentic recipe. I am ori...

This is a great gazpacho recipe. My mother-in-law is Spanish, and she always made this for my husband. This is the first time I have made it that he has been satisfied as to its authenticity. ...

As I have been limited by the available publishing space, here is the follow-up to my recipe—it's nothing without the following serving instructions. On the side in separate bowls for self-servi...

I, too, should have read the reviews before following this recipe. I followed it closely ... and am left with a vat of pink bread mush with a slight gazpacho-like perfume. I plan to carry it f...

Just what I was looking for - an authentic Spanish recipe. I used about 1/3 bread and no water (except to soak the bread in) as the tomatoes and the cucumber were watery enough for my taste, but...

To my taste, this recipe has too much water and too much bread. Some recipes call for no water at all, no oil, and no bread. Gazpacho made almost entirely from tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and p...

I was very disappointed in this soup. There was very little tomato flavour(I followed the recipe faithfully), and I felt that the bread content overpowered the soup.This had a little resemblan...