Gazpacho: Not Hot and Not a Bother

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Gazpacho is so easy that children old enough to manage a food processor or a blender can make it themselves. But whether or not you have pint-size sous chefs at your disposal, a recipe that requires minimal effort and in most instances no heat is always a good thing this time of year.

So, here is that ubiquitous summer standby done a few ways that you’re probably familiar with and a bunch more that you’re probably not. (If Thai melon gazpacho is already in your rotation, good for you, and I surrender.) The “recipes” here amount to little more than lists of ingredients and quantities, because the method doesn’t bear repeating 12 times: Combine everything in a blender or food processor, process to your desired texture, chill in the refrigerator if you like, garnish and eat.

Read the rest of this column and get the recipes here.

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  1. Ginn said...

    Excellent article. All great recipes. I THANK YOU. My husband thanks you. My friends thank you.

  2. Fibrolief said...

    I love Gazpacho!!!

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