Gazpacho is a type of soup. Unlike many soups, it is served cold. The main ingredient is tomato.
Tomato soup originated in mexico and was originally called Gazpacho.
Gazpacho is a cold soup.
Tomato soup originated in mexico and was originally called Gazpacho
Yes gazpacho is many times served as a starter.
Gazpacho is the same in English as it is in Spanish. There is no separate English word for it.
Gazpacho is an uncooked tomato and vegetable soup that is prepared and served ice cold.
The word gazpacho comes from Spanish. It was borrowed into English around 1835.
Gazpacho may contain tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, onion and garlic.
You can safely keep gazpacho in the refrigerator 3 - 4 days.
The cast of Gazpacho - 2008 includes: Roman Aixendri
El gazpacho is a custard like paste native to South Africa. Never heard of the custard like paste, but gazpacho is a spanish cold soup with tomato, cucumber, bell pepper and spices.
Gazpacho is a Spanish dish. It is a soup made with tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumber, bread, and vinegar and served cold with garnishes.
Gazpacho is a cold tomato based soup and consomme is broth soup made from stock or bouillon.
Gazpacho is a cold vegetable soup