quick and easy summer gazpacho [recipe]

Simple Summer Gazpacho Recipe


  • tomatoes – maybe 7-8 medium
  • 1-2 ears of raw corn (1/2 in blender, 1/2 in straight)
  • lots of basil – 1+ cups
  • 1-2 banana peppers
  • 1 small cucumber (optional)
  • salt and pepper
  • sugar
  • vinegar (rice or apple cider) or lemon juice


  1. You will need a blender or food processor. Chop the tomatoes, basil, peppers, and cucumber roughly and then roughly blend/process them in your blender/processor. If you like a very smooth puree, blend more; if you like it chunky, blend less.
  2. I like to add the corn after blending the rest because I like the kernels whole. It’s also good to blend it in.
  3. Add salt and pepper, sugar, and vinegar/lemon juice to taste. This is what makes the flavors come out so add these to your preference.

Do let me know if you try it. Hope you enjoy.

3 Replies to “quick and easy summer gazpacho [recipe]”

  1. Looks delicious – jealous of your garden bounty! I’ve never been a fan of cold or room temp soups, but I will defintely try this, and thankful there is no onions! 😀

  2. That looks so good! Dad made some the other day but he put store-bought tomato juice in it. I’ve been wondering if there was a way you can make it without that. Thanks for the recipe 🙂

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