Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho

If you haven't heard, Astarte Farm is our local tomato vendor supplying us with cherry and heirloom tomatoes as well as a variety of others since 2014. The end of summer has been a period of time when tomatoes and other produce are at it's peak. In this series we are celebrating tomato season with two easy video recipes.  




Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho from River Valley Co-op on Vimeo.


Recipe by: Co+Op, Stronger Together

Total Time: 1-3 hours; 20 minutes

Servings: 6


Combine all ingredients in a blender (in 2 - 3 batches, as not everything will not fit into the blender at once). Blend until very smooth, Place in a bowl, stir the blended batches together and refrigerate for a few hours to allow the flavors to meld. Taste for salt and black pepper and serve chilled. 


Serving Suggestion

A summer favorite, this Spanish soup makes a refreshing and simple lunch with a green salad and crusty bread or alongside a meze platter. You can sweeten the dish by adding some cubed fresh melon or strawberries. Gazpacho is best served slightly chilled, not ice cold. 


Nutritional Information

178 Calories
10 g. fat
0 mg. cholesterol
129 mg. sodium
21 g. carbohydrates
3 g. fiber
4 g. protein


ref: http://strongertogether.coop/recipes/heirloom-tomato-gazpacho

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