90 Second Gazpacho

90 Second Gazpacho

Watch as Chef Cari with The Food Channel walks you through this recipe for Gazpacho.

When you’ve got an abundance of vegetables from your garden, try this cool and refreshing soup.

Gazpacho is so refreshing! Here we have tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and red bell peppers.

Start by doing a rough chop of the vegetables, then, one by one using a food processor, pulse until they are coarsely chopped, but be careful not to puree.

Now we’re going to mince some garlic and add it all to a large bowl.

Pour in tomato juice, some red wine vinegar, olive oil and a good amount of salt and pepper.

Now I like to add in some fresh chopped parsley to finish it off.

Mix well and let it chill before serving. It just gets better the longer it sits. Great with some grilled shrimp and some hot crusty bread.

Hit up your garden or the local farmers market to make this seasonal soup.

Now, get in the kitchen!

For more of Chef Cari, check out the complete :90 Seconds in the Kitchen series.



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