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Summer Fruit Gazpacho with Raspberry

You might be familiar with the fantastic gazpacho Andaluz, AKA, one of the most beloved Spanish soups, but have you met its fruity versions?

The Fruit Gazpacho is a newer version of this classic cold tomato soup, and you will absolutely love it. It has fruits, vegetables, and everything to lower your temperature on a hot summer day.

Keep scrolling down this article as we will show you everything you need to know about the Spanish fruit gazpacho. 

Summer Fruit Gazpacho with Raspberry

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Learn how it is made, what changes you can make to it, plus some tips on how to serve it and more information about its history.

Background of the Dish

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The Spanish tomato gazpacho is a traditional Andalusian recipe, and there is proof of it existing that goes even as far as the 1500s. 

Fruit gazpacho was only made for royalty at that time, but then in the 1900s with the Spanish civil war, it became popular among low-class families.

Nowadays, it is a popular dish no matter how much money you have. Since it is so common, it underwent a series of changes, and it even has some sweet versions.

In this article, we will focus on the fruit gazpacho, which has tomato, raspberry, and orange as the main ingredients, and it will become your go-to summer recipe to make.

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Things You’ll Need for Fruit Gazpacho

To make this fruit soup recipe you just need some tomatoes, your favorite fruits, and a food processor or blender. 

Since this is a cold fruit soup, the best thing to do is to chill it for a bit in the fridge or freezer before eating it. 

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Ingredients

  • 500g ripe tomato
  • 200g fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 200g orange
  • 70g cucumber
  • 50g red bell pepper
  • 50g green bell pepper
  • 70g onion
  • 8-10 ice cubes
  • 3 tablespoons apple vinegar (or other fruit vinegar)
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 ½ cups (500ml) cold water
  • 5 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

How to Make Fruit Gazpacho – Step by Step Guide

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  1. To start making this fruit gazpacho, wash the fruits and vegetables. With the help of a juicer get the juice out of the oranges.
  1. If you want to, at this point you can cut the vegetables and fruits, though this recipe is made with a blender or food processor so they don’t have to be perfect cuts.
  1. After that, put the tomato, raspberries, cucumber, green and red pepper, onion, orange juice, and ice cubes in the processor or mixer. Blend for 30 seconds to a minute.
  1. For the next step, add the vinegar, salt, water, and oil and blend for a total of 3 minutes. You can do it in intervals if you consider that your food processor or blender may overheat. If you trust your blender, then do the 3 minutes (especially if they have settings for that time). 
  1. Now all you have to do is to serve immediately or store it in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

Substitution of Ingredients

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There are dozens of ways to make gazpacho, so if you don’t have the ingredients you need to make this raspberry soup, then there are plenty of changes you can make.

The easiest change is to make this Gazpacho with canned tomatoes. Although it loses a bit of freshness, since fresh tomatoes are much better, in this case where there are other fruits, there is no problem in using canned tomatoes.

You can also take inspiration from the cucumber gazpacho recipe or the beet gazpacho and add those vegetables to this gazpacho. 

Gazpachos are a great excuse to add hundreds of vegetables in the same recipe, so take advantage of it.

You can even go as far as taking inspiration from the vegetable cream soup and adding some ingredients to make this fruit gazpacho creamier.

You can add a splash of half and half or heavy cream to give a creamier consistency to the fruit soup.

Just make sure that the cream or half and half doesn’t have any sugar, otherwise, this will make an extremely sweet soup. 

Inspire yourself with our other Spanish cold soups for summer like the avocado gazpacho or the savory salmorejo.

Tips on Serving Fruit Gazpacho

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As well as other fruit soup recipes, you can serve this fruit gazpacho at any time of the day. 

You can have it for lunch or as an afternoon snack, and it would even make a great take on the classic breakfast smoothie.

This chilled soup can be served with some toasted bread slices so it has more texture to it. 

This might make it go farther from the traditional gazpacho recipe, but you can also add some toasted nuts. 

In a similar way to what you would do with other chilled soups, serve it as fast as you take it out of the fridge. 

Since this recipe is made with some ice cubes, you can serve it right away, but sometimes in the fridge, it is always helpful to add more flavor (from 30 minutes to 2 hours in the fridge).

If this fruit gazpacho intrigues you, make sure you try our mango gazpacho from Axarquia with a very exotic flavor or the refreshing watermelon gazpacho.

How to Store Fruit Gazpacho

How to Store Fruit Gazpacho

To store this cold soup, you can either do it in the fridge or in the freezer. 

If you check other cold soup recipes, then you will see that most of them call for at least 30 minutes in the fridge. This means that you can store it there.

In the case of this fruit gazpacho, you can store it in the fridge for up to 3 days, though the fresher the better. 

Since it is made with ice cubes, you can eat it right away without having to wait. 

This is one of my favorite chilled soups because it allows you to freeze it for up to 15 days. 

Of course, it isn’t the best because the fruit is fresher the first day, and the oranges lose their vitamins, but you can do it. 

Recipe Card: Fruit Gazpacho

Yield: 4

Spanish Fruit Gazpacho

orange raspberry gazpacho

You might be familiar with the fantastic gazpacho Andaluz, AKA, one of the most beloved Spanish soups, but have you met its fruity versions?

The Fruit Gazpacho is a newer version of this classic cold tomato soup, and you will absolutely love it.

It has fruits, vegetables, and everything to lower your temperature on a hot summer day.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 500g ripe tomato
  • 200g fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 200g orange
  • 70g cucumber
  • 50g red bell pepper
  • 50g green bell pepper
  • 70g onion
  • 8-10 ice cubes
  • 3 tablespoons apple vinegar (or other fruit vinegar)
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 ½ cups (500ml) cold water
  • 5 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Instructions

  1. Wash fruits and vegetables. With the help of a juicer get the juice out of the oranges.
  2. You can cut the vegetables and fruits, though this recipe is made with a blender or food processor so they don't have to be perfect cuts.
  3. Put the tomato, raspberries, cucumber, green and red pepper, onion, orange juice, and ice cubes in the processor or mixer. Blend for 30 seconds to a minute.
  4. Add the vinegar, salt, water, and oil and blend for a total of 3 minutes. You can do it in intervals if you consider that your food processor or blender may overheat.
  5.  Serve immediately or reserve in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

Notes

If you are looking for sweet soups then you can check the Watermelon Gazpacho Mango and Gazpacho from Axarquía since both of them are made only with fruits.

Nutrition Information

Yield

4

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 260Total Fat 18gSaturated Fat 2.6gCholesterol 0mgSodium 1175mgCarbohydrates 26.7gFiber 5.4gSugar 20.6gProtein 2.3g

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