Hello greedy friends!
I'm taking you to Spain today to taste a traditional Andalusian gazpacho, what do you say?
The origins of gazpacho
Gazpacho is a soup made from mixed raw vegetables served cold, widespread in southern Spain but also in southern Portugal.
It's a very easy to prepare and super refreshing starter when the warm weather arrives.
Prepare the gazpacho the day before, it will be better because the ingredients will have permeated each other.
In Spain, it is prepared for several days and kept in the fridge for 4 or 5 days without any problems. Good for vitamins on the other hand, we'll iron
You can serve separately or in gazpacho, in small cups small cubes of vegetables served in gazpacho and tiles of bread stale and dried in the oven or slices of toasted baguettes.
I give you the recipe of bread tiles, I failed to put them at the end:cry:
Preparation: 30 minutes
Rest: 30 minutes
- 1 cucumber
- 1 red pepper
- 6 tomatoes and cherry tomatoes
- 4 slices of bread crumbs
- 1 onion
- 2 cloves of garlic
- 10 cl olive oil
- 2 cl wine vinegar
- 1 bird pepper (fac)
- Salt, pepper
- 1 pinch of sugar
For bread tiles
- 8 cl water
- 10g flour
- 2 cl oil
Peel and wash cucumber. Peel the onion
Cut cucumber, onion and tomatoes into large pieces. Slice the garlic after peeling and removing the central germ.
Peel the pepper and chilli, then cut into strips.
Finely chop the mint.
Crumble the bread in a bowl, then mix it with the olive oil and vinegar.
Pour all the vegetables and herbs into the bowl of the blender.
Add cucumber, bread crumbs with oil, vinegar and sugar.
Rectify the seasoning, mix finely and place in the refrigerator.
While the gazpacho rests in the fridge, we'll take care of the bread tiles
Pour all ingredients into a bowl and mix in blender.
Heat a fat-free frying pan. Pour a small ladle of dough into the pan, a lace tile will form
Take off with a spatula and remove from the pan as soon as it takes on a golden colour.
Serve very fresh on cold plates. Decorate with bread tiles
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