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Green Gazpacho

July/August 1993

Your rating: None Average: 4 (36 votes)

Forget the tomatoes—this green gazpacho is full of cucumber, green bell pepper, green grapes and lots of fresh herbs.



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"I loved the base--only substituted two jalapenos (without ribs and seeds for a mild taste) for the green bell which to me is usually too bitter. I used Greek 0º yogurt and white pepper instead of cayenne which is yummy but I didn't want...
Green Gazpacho Recipe

4 Reviews for Green Gazpacho

07/27/2012
Anonymous
Delicious and healthy

I am not a big cucumber fan so I substituted edamame instead.

Easy to make, full of good non-processed food, filling!
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07/06/2010
Anonymous

I loved the base--only substituted two jalapenos (without ribs and seeds for a mild taste) for the green bell which to me is usually too bitter. I used Greek 0º yogurt and white pepper instead of cayenne which is yummy but I didn't want any red glow at all, just the white and green combo! Delish!

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07/04/2010
Anonymous

Easy to make but untasty

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04/13/2010

Loved this! Easy to make, deceptively filling, super healthy!

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