“If you've never experienced true gazpacho from Andalucia and you're a fan of fresh, bold flavours, you're really missing out! The key in this recipe is to use only the freshest, ripest, highest-quality vegetables you can find. Otherwise it'll be sour, overly tart, and unsatisfying. But it's well worth the effort, especially on a hot summer day.”
2hrs 15mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend tomatoes, spring onions, garlic, and cucumber into a smooth puree.
  2. Slowly drizzle in olive oil, pulsing in between additions; add vinegar, pulse once more.
  3. Season with salt and pepper to taste; for an authentic flavour, you might want to add a little more minced garlic rather than a large amount of salt and pepper.
  4. Transfer to bowl; cover and chill for at least two hours to allow all the flavours to blend.
  5. Heat a thin layer of olive oil over medium heat and fry the bread cubes for a few minutes until golden and crisp; drain on kitchen towels.
  6. Ladle the gazpacho into bowls.
  7. Drizzle with olive oil and grind fresh black pepper on top.
  8. Set all of the toppings into separate small bowls so that guests may serve themselves however much they like.
  9. Enjoy!

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