The end of the summer is the perfect time for tomato recipes. There are naturally ripe, fresh tomatoes on the market, filled with the sweetness of the sun – taste that cannot be achieved in any other way. To make this soup, select super-ripe tomatoes. They may seem squishy, but will taste great in the soup.
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No doubt carrot is one of the most versatile vegetables, due to its sweet flavor. Probably, because of that, there are hundreds of carrot soup recipes out there. This combination of carrot and ginger makes a sweet nutritious soup with a touch of spice.
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Cooking in clay pot has a long history and is commonly used in several European, Asian and North African cuisines. The food inside the clay pot is surrounded by steam. That's why it loses little of its moisture, creating a tender, flavorful dish. Beens in clay pot is one of the traditional meals in Bulgarian cuisine and is truly delicious.
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Most gazpacho recipes typically include tomato and bread. However, there are many modern variations of gazpacho omitting those ingredients in favor of avocado, watermelon, grapes, meat stock, seafood, etc. Gazpacho has become an almost generic term for chilled vegetable soup. Here is an unusual yet amazingly refreshing watermelon gazpacho recipe.
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The Spanish tomato-based, raw vegetable soup originates in the southern region of Andalusia. Most gazpacho recipes typically include stale bread, tomato, cucumber, bell pepper, garlic, olive oil, wine vinegar, and salt. Some may also include onion. Gazpacho is believed to originate from an Arab soup of bread, olive oil, water and garlic, that arrived in Spain with the Moors.
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