Green Gazpacho {#vegan #dairyfree} for #SundaySupper

The Not So Cheesy Kitchen {Galactosemia in PDX}
Wed, 9 Jul 2014 18:53:40 +0000
Happy Sunday!!!  Summer is finally here and we are just about to hit the summer heat next week.  What is summer without hot days and the days when you rather eat chilled food than hot food.  At least to me something is missing without those days.  The theme for this week's #SundaySupper is Summer Chillin' and Alayio of Prescetarian Journal is having all of us around her virtual dinner table. I we love soup any time of year and cold soups are not refreshing but also so quick and easy to make.  So far Gurkenkaltschale {Cucumber Cold Bowl} with cucumber, dill, and "cream", Asparagus Gazpacho, or Gazpacho Andaluz have been on our table.  Now a Green Gazpacho has not yet been served…well, that is until today. All you need to make this no-fuzz, no-cook soup is chilled ingredients and a blender.  Yes, that's it…super easy, right? Green Gazpacho 1 large cucumber app. {3/4 lb.}, peeled and cut into large chunks 2 celery stalks, well cleaned and cut into pieces 1 green pepper, cleaned, seeded and cut into chunks 1/2 - 1 full bunch of garlic scapes cut into pieces {depending on how much you like garlic - as alternative you can use 4-6 garlic cloves} 1/2 C ice cubes 1/3 C lemon juice 1-2 tsp salt to taste fresh ground pepper to taste 1 tomato cut into bite sized pieces for garnish Place all ingredients except salt and pepper into a blender; Turn blender to "chop" setting until all vegetables are all chopped up. Add salt & pepper to taste and set blender to "mix" setting.  Mix until everything is thoroughly mixed up.  Adjust spices as needed. Serve right away, or keep chilled in the fridge until you are ready to eat For serving top with tomato pieces. Are you ready for more chilled dishes and drinks to beat the heat?!  Take a look what the other #SundaySupper contributors are bringing...   Brisk Beverages Blackberry and Peach Sparkling {Camping} Sangria from Simply Healthy Family Mocha Madness Milkshake from Desserts Required Savory Salted Cumin Mint Lassi With Greek Yogurt from Sue's Nutrition Buzz Skinny Watermelon Mojito from Peanut Butter & Peppers Southern Sweet Tea from Gluten Free Crumbley Strawberry Mango White Sangria from The Texan New Yorker The Polar Cap Drink from Seduction in the Kitchen Vanilla Root Beer Cream Soda from Feed Me, SeymourChilled Starters Avocado Hummus Dip from Shockingly Delicious Bak Kwa (Grilled Chili Pork Jerky) from Food Lust People Love Cucumber-Watercress Soup - Gazpacho Style from The Wimpy Vegetarian Gazpacho from Jelly Toast Green Gazpacho from The Not So Cheesy Kitchen Rabarbersuppe Med Vin (Danish Rhubarb Wine Soup from Culinary Adventures with Camilla Mexican Flag Guacamole from What Smells So Good? Polish Chilled Beet Soup (Chlodnik) from Curious Cuisiniere Tuna Tartare from Kimchi Mom White Gazpacho from The Little Ferraro KitchenSnappy Salads and Sides Antipasto Tortellini Pasta Salad from Neighborfood Broccoli Salad from Flavor Mosaic Cantaloupe Risotto from Confessions of A Culinary Diva Cold Peanut Noodles from girlichef Korean Salad from Noshing With The Nolands Layered Salad with Green Goddess Dressing from Delaware Girl Eats Pesto Pasta Salad from Supper for a Steal Picnic Orzo Salad from A Mama, Baby & Shar-pei in the Kitchen Spinach Salad with Curried Apple and Cashew Dressing from Peaceful Cooking Tortellini Pesto Pasta Salad from Serena Bakes Simply from Scratch Tuna and Potato Salad from Cindy's Recipes and Writings Quinoa Fruit Salad with a Creamy Yogurt Dressing from Simply Gourmet Watermelon, Mango and Arugula Salad from Take a Bite Out of BocaRefreshing Main Dishes Buffalo and Blue Cheese Chicken Salad from Cupcakes & Kale Chips Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta Salad from Cookin' Mimi Jalapeno Ham Salad from Bobbi's Kozy Kitchen Shrimp Ceviche from Kudos Kitchen by Renee Surimi Salad from Pescetarian Journal Zucchini Lasagna from Nosh My WayCool Confections Berry Ice Cream Bomb from Jane's Adventures in Dinner Cherry Cream Cheese Ice Cream from Magnolia Days Lemon Curd Parfait from Life Tastes Good Lemon Thyme Ice Pops from Country Girl in the Village Mocha Latte Ice Cream from The Foodie Army Wife No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream from Hot Momma's Kitchen Chaos No-Bake Penuche Drop Cookies from Killer Bunnies, Inc. No-Bake Raspberry and Japanese Yuzu Citrus Bars from NinjaBaking.com No Churn Lemon Ice Cream {Dairy Free} from Healthy. Delicious. Nutella and Pistachio Gelato from La Bella Vita Cucina Olive Oil Gelato from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen Pluot Ice Cream from Crazy Foodie Stunts Raspberries and Cream Panna Cotta from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures Salted Caramel Gelato from Manu's Menu Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Pie from That Skinny Chick Can Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream Sandwiches from The Redhead Baker Trio of Fruity Ice Cream Toppings from Foxes Love Lemons Vanilla Bean Chia Seed Pudding from Pies and Plots White Chocolate Fruit Dip from Hezzi D's Book and Cooks Join the #SundaySupper conversation on twitter on Sunday! We tweet throughout the day and share recipes from all over the world. Our weekly chat starts at 7:00 pm ET.  Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag and remember to include it in your tweets to join in the chat. 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