The Perfect Warm-Weather Soup: Sweet and Savory Gazpacho Recipes

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Long gone are the days of chilled tomato soup as the go-to gazpacho option. Here are some fresh takes on the classic soup along with sweet variations we love.

Home Cook: Steve's Tomato Gazpacho

Steve Poulton calls this soup the “whatever you got kind of recipe,” as it’s incredibly versatile. Steve plays music and moves furniture for a living, but he used to work in the kitchen at...

Chilled Cucumber and Cubanelle Gazpacho

Cashews offer a creamy texture and a rich flavor that balances well with the acidity of the vinegar, citrus and yogurt. English or Hothouse cucumbers are longer than the regular variety (about 1 foot...

Gazpacho with Shrimp and Avocado

We made this easy soup from the Tomato Juice Cocktail, from Delvin Farms. Ours appeared in our spring CSA, apparently left over from last years batch. Come July, it will be available in their CSA...

Strawberry Gazpacho

Strawberry Gazpacho
When strawberries, typically the first fruit of our growing season, finally make their debut, we just about can’t wait for their chin-dripping goodness. But not just with the traditional...

Watermelon Gazpacho with Cilantro Oil

watermelon gazpacho
This recipe is great for using some of your less-pretty summer tomatoes! Remember that when you chill the gazpacho the flavors will change, so season carefully as you go.

Garden Fresh Gazpacho

You probably already have the ingredients needed to make this garden fresh soup.

Mango Honeydew Gazpacho

Mango meets mint in this refreshing summer soup.

White Gazpacho with Cucumbers and Grapes

Here’s your secret weapon for a late-summer heat wave. It’s hard to explain how utterly refreshing this soup is, lemony and slightly spicy with a hint of sweetness for mystery. Is it really white...

Watermelon & Mango Gazpacho with Blue Crab

Gazpacho is Spain’s claim to chilled soup fame. Watermelon replaces some of the tomato in this otherwise classic dish bringing out the sweetness in the crab.
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