I've always wanted to know what the difference is between a gazpacho and a regular tomato soup or bisque.
Is it just the same thing but served cold?
Sent by Heather
Heather, our impression of gazpacho is that it involves a lot more fresh vegetables than a simple tomato bisque. It is also often made with bread and water added, while tomato bisque has a shorter list of ingredients, usually calls for chicken or vegetable broth, and is finished off with cream.
Here's a great recipe for gazpacho from guest blogger Monika:
• Chilled Gazpacho Andaluz in the Style of Pedro Almodóvar
Readers, any other thoughts on the differences between gazpacho and other sorts of tomato soup?
Related: Do You Know a Good, Simple Recipe for Tomato Bisque?
(Image: Monika Kotus of Crumpets and Cakes)