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Gazpacho Recipes
The History of Gazpacho

This is similar to the traditional Gazpacho but richer and smoother.

Gaspacha Spanish
From circa 1825, The Virginia Housewife

Seville Gaspacho ( the traditional that most of the world knows it)
the most popular version in most of the world that with tomato, and cucumber.

White Gazpacho or Ajo Blanco
This is a traditional recipe that goes back to the roots of the dishes origin, before there was tomatoes in Europe. Recipe by Bobby Flay , This is popular especially in the Granada or Malaga area.

Green Gaspacho ,

Frozen Gazpacho
A nice appetizer

Warm Gazpacho
Warmed Gazpacho is very popular in Spain.


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