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In the middle of an oppressively hot humid Chicago summer my wife and I chilled this soup in the fridge for five hours before serving under the shade of our oak tree in the backyard and luxuriated in the taste the texture and the coolness. A perfect Sunday afternoon lunch. Note: You cannot chill this soup too much. Be sure to add the tomato for garnish and color contrast. And a glass of very chilled pinot grigio wine. A No. 10 all around.
A good basic recipe but needed a little bit of "oomph". I looked at the avocado and cilantro soup recipe and added some of the elements of that recipe (dash of Mexican hot sauce lime juice). I also blended everything together and added extra cilantro at the end when I put it in for chilling.
This is my 3rd time making the soup first time very good 2nd time not so good this time good just not out of the ballpark. This recipe is good but I think it's needs some extra spice after I ate half a bowl I added some cayenne pepper no didn't taste right so to my next bowl I added garlic powder and cumin what do you know a hit! Everybody needs to try their own taste so try.