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Gazpacho is awesome.

Particularly good in Southern Spain where people make litres of it and keep it bottled up in the fridge so they can pour a glass when they come in from the street as if it was water.


  • 8 ripe tomatoes
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1/2 red pepper
  • 1/4 green pepper
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1/2 apple (yes, apple!)
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • Olive oil
  • Vinegar
  • Salt
  • Bread (optional)

How to do it

Give a good rinse and clean all the ingredients, then peel the apple. If you peel the tomatoes you’ll get a smoother gazpacho.

Cut everything into chunks and throw into the blender. Give it a good bash and when it’s liquid enough season it with the olive oil, vinegar and salt. Spin it, taste it and repeat the process until you are happy with the seasoning (which is quite personal).

Optional: if you put it through a sieve you’ll remove all the seeds and peels, getting a much, much smoother version.

If you have bread to add, do it now and put the whole thing through the blender again (don’t do this before going through the sieve though!).

Bottle it for easy serving and let it cool down in the fridge for say 1 hour, but anything over that would do.


Tips and tricks

Tomatoes make a huge difference, so don’t be cheap with them. However, if you need quick and dirty, you can use unseasoned canned tomatoes.

It can be served as a starter, just put it in bowl, cut some more tomatoes into small chunks with cucumber, peppers and onion and sprinkle them on top with a bit of olive oil and parsley.

If it’s really, really hot it can be served with a couple of ice cubes.

Once you have the basic version, play around with more or less seasoning, garlic, etc.

Lasts a good 4/5 days in the fridge.


Allergies and dietary requirements

  • Nut free
  • Gluten free
  • Milk free
  • Vegetarian


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