Seaside Tomato Gazpacho

July/August 2013

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Though gazpacho originated as a soup made with bread, today tomato gazpacho recipes are often made with diced vegetables, tomato juice and seasonings, and no bread at all. It’s a different approach, but one that’s just as delicious, especially with a little seaside flair from Old Bay seasoning and lobster or shrimp floated on top. If you don’t have time to cook lobster, buy precooked lobster or ask at the fish counter to have it cooked while you wait.

Seaside Tomato Gazpacho

1 Review for Seaside Tomato Gazpacho

Absolutely delicious

Wonderful variety and richness of flavors and textures. I opted for celery rather than fennel and shrimp rather than lobster, and I didn't use the avocado garnish (just personal preference). Had it for supper on a hot evening and we were delighted. I said this would make a great appetizer for a dinner party. My husband replied, "Yes, but what would we do for a main course? This sets expectations really high."

Weight Watchers members: As a main dish (1 & 1/2 cups plus the seafood) this has only 7 points with the avocado. Without the avocado, it's only 4 points. You can't beat that!

Refreshing, flavorful, satisfying

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