The Best Gazpacho Recipe
I have never seen gazpacho served in Italy. There isn’t even an “h” in the Italian alphabet. When an Italian word requires a “ch” sound, the word contains a “c” followed by an “i” or an “e”. Note the word ciao. Anyhow, gazpacho is a dish from Andalusia. Spain not Alabama. And just because I haven’t seen gazpacho in Italy doesn’t mean that some restaurant there somewhere doesn’t serve it to an international crowd.
There are probably as many recipes for Spanish gazpacho as there are Italian recipes for ragu. I have had this recipe forever. It’s tasty–and versatile because it can be tinkered with in so many ways. And a cold, really refreshing soup like this one is perfect for summer.