minimalist gazpacho

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Dinner / Lunch / Soups

It’s great eating outdoors. After all, everything tastes better outside.

At times I love to indulge in the Victorian fashion for packing everything from mint sauce to silver teaspoons and starched napkins into a picnic basket heading to my favourite place by the lakes. However, usually I choose the simple approach for outdoor lunches. A chilled gazpacho, bread and olive oil are quickly taken to a shady place in the garden or to a sun chair on the balcony.

minimalist gazpacho

serves 1

3 ripe tomatoes
1/2 cucumber (peeled, to keep the gazpacho’s signature colour)
1/4 onion
dash of tabasco sauce
dash of vinegar
salt and pepper
a few ice cubes

Cut the ingredients into chunks, put them into your blender and blend for a few seconds. Sprinkle with Sal de Ibiza Chili.



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  1. Pingback: summer lunch: gazpacho, fried salmon and cabbage salad — trout & hawk

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