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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Delicious Tomato Gazpacho Soup Recipe

I love a good homemade tomato soup any time of the year. When the temperatures are blazing hot...I go for a cold tomato soup like this Gazpacho Soup Recipe and during the cold winter months...a good classic hot tomato soup will warm my soul.

Today's guest recipe post is courtesy of healthy NYC Chef, Steve Lindner, Executive Chef and Founder of Zone Manhattan. This recipe will make 10 servings.

Summer Tomato Gazpacho Soup Recipe

8 roasted ripe Roma tomatoes
4 roasted local ruby red peppers
2 roasted red onions
4 cloves roasted garlic
½ cup red wine vinegar
1 tbsp. paprika
1 tbsp. sea salt
1 pinch of chili flakes
1 pinch of black pepper

Garnish Ingredients:

¼ cup pigeon peas cooked
½ cup Persian cucumbers
15 yellow grape tomatoes, cut in half
10 baby carrots, cut in round slices
2 stalks of celery, diced small
Fresh Mozzarella- cut in half and marinate 2 tbsp. diced parsley, ½ lemon zest and 1 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil

Roast all vegetables in oven at 400 degrees F until tender. Cool vegetables and place in blender and puree. Add vinegar and spices to taste. Chill and service with garnishes.


jopb said...

I love the roasting of the vegetables which adds a depth of flavor to,the tomato soup. I could not use the vinegear because my husband is allergic to it.

dd said...

I love cold soups in the summer. I refuse to cook in this whole week of triple-digit heat and would love to try this recipe. ~Deb