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Easy Gazpacho Soup Recipe

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Easy Gazpacho Soup Recipe
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Easy Gazpacho Soup Recipe
Feeling like going vegan today? Gazpacho is a naturally fresh cold soup that doesn’t require cooking. It is basically processed using a blender to become a soup. It is very nutritious because it is rich in vitamins A, C, E and minerals. It also contains antioxidants and fibers that can prevent high blood pressure, eye problems and prostate cancer. Best served when chilled. Try it today and enjoy!

Easy Gazpacho Soup Recipe

INGREDIENTS:
6 cups chopped, fresh tomatoes
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 cucumber, peeled and chopped
1 red bell pepper, deseeded & chopped
2 tbsp rice vinegar (use a light vinegar or red wine vinegar too)
1-2 tbsp Juice from half a fresh lime (alternatively use lemon or calamansi)
Handful fresh basil
Salt and pepper to taste

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Place chopped tomatoes and garlic in blender and purée until smooth.
2. Add cucumber, onion and red pepper and pulse until chunky.
3. Reserve about 2 cups of chunky mixture and pour into another bowl. Set aside.
4. Add rice vinegar and lime juice to smoothen mixture. Blend it well.
5. Pour smooth mixture into a large bowl and stir in reserved chunky mixture.
6. Add in basil, finely chopped.
7. Season with salt and pepper.
8. Chill well before serving and garnish with a fresh basil and top with some croutons upon serving. Serve and enjoy!

Shelf Life: 4-5 days inside fridge (without chunks mixture and stored properly in airtight containers).

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Credits Sarah Dubler

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