4 Reviews

I made this like the recipe says, only I added more garlic, and I used fresh dill. I then cut up more tomatoes and cukes, diced some zucchini and celery, and served it as a soup. Served it well chilled. It was excellent!! Very good for the hot days of summer! Thanks, Dorothy!

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MizzNezz July 03, 2002

This was yummy! I made it just as directed except I used tomato juice that was salt-free to lower the sodium. I am pregnant and this was a great breakfast drink for me. You can just taste the vitamins you are getting. I'll definately make this again. I also liked the idea of serving it as a cold soup.

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Evan's Mommy July 25, 2002

I love gazpacho and this is my new favorte recipe. I put all of the ingredients in my smoothie machine and gave it a whirl. Great. I added one extra garlic clove and a couple more dashes of hot sauce.

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MsSally August 27, 2007

This is great for a summer lunch or dinner. I used Spicy V-8 for the tomato juice and skipped the dill. We had a busy day in town and it was great the whiz this up when I got home and have it waiting in the fridge for supper. I had it with a cold chicken sandwich as soup. Thank you Derf, this delivers great flavor and the low fat content makes it a dream.

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Annacia July 29, 2007
Gazpacho Cooler