Sunday, June 12, 2022

3 Favorite Gazpachos for Souper (Soup, Salad, & Sammie) Sundays

Two kinds of soups say "summer is coming" or "summer is here" depending on where you live, gazpacho and chowder. Sure, one is cold and the other hot, but most make the best of summer's bounty of vegetables. 

I'm highlighting a few favorite gazpachos this week. I realize cold soups aren't everyone's favorite, but they are excellent for summer eating, and make a great start to a meal.

First up the Best Gazpacho, Seville Style from The New York Times. (Maybe not the best, really, but certainly creamy, flavorful and delicious. 

Next up is Yellow Tomato Gazpacho from Clean Eating Magazine. Its yellow color is sunny and the topping of avocado and cilantro oil make it especially tasty. 

Zucchini-and-Mint Gazpacho with Radish Salsa from Coastal Living Magazine is a great little cold soup with layers of flavor. 

You can't go wrong with any of these is your fridge for lunches or dinner.

We have a few dishes waiting in the Souper Sundays kitchen from the past few weeks--let's take a look! 

The link up below will be open for a couple of weeks, so feel free to add a soup, salad or sandwich creation and I'll highlight them soon.

Meylnda of Scratch Made Food! shares A Tasty List of Non-Lettuce Salads saying, "Salads! Everyone eats them. But maybe, just maybe you could get more fruits and vegetables in your meal plans by serving them more often. And we're not just talking about tossed greens here! ... We are talking about delicious non-lettuce salads the whole family will love. And double bonus, you will automatically be getting more of all the good stuff you want your family to eat, on the table, for your family to enjoy..."

Next Tina of Squirrel Head Manor shared a Simple Cucumber and Tomato Salad she made focusing on vegetarian eating, saying, "This is such a simple salad with a seedless cucumber and Goliath tomatoes. I drizzled some Boar's Head oil over the veggies and placed in the fridge for a bit."

Finally, Marg of The Adeventures of an Intrepid Reader shares my other favorite summer soup, a recipe for Seafood Chowder inspired by Tina above and also her review of Chowderland. She says, "And as for the chowders.... we ended up trying this recipe from Tina with some adaptations. Of course, we had to specifically order Old Bay Seasoning as it just isn't available in our supermarkets. However, we are thinking about using it as part of the batter next time we make fried chicken as suggested on the bottle."

Thank you, Melynda for joining me. 

If you'd like to join in Souper Sundays, I am opening up the below link for two weeks while I continue to finish deciding what my go-forward looks like. 

Anyone interested can post their soups, salads, or sandwiches any time during the two weeks and I will post a recap of the entries on Sunday in two weeks.) 

(If you aren't familiar with Souper Sundays, you can read about of the origins of it here.  

To join in this week's linkup with your soup, salad or sandwich:

  • Link up your soup (stew, chili, soupy curries, etc. are fine), salad, or sandwich dish, (preferably one from the current week or month--but we'll take older posts too) on the picture link below and leave a comment on this post so I am sure not to miss you.

On your entry post (on your blog):
  • please mention Souper (Soup, Salad & Sammies) Sundays at Kahakai Kitchen and link back to this post.
  • you are welcome to add the wonderful Souper Sundays logo (created by Ivy at Kopiaste) to your post and/or blog (optional).

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Have a happy, healthy week!


  1. Deb, I would be delighted with any of these summer soups and especially the zucchini mint. Yum

  2. With the heat index being so bad a cool soup is the ticket. I am trying to prepare more meals using the stove top instead of heating the kitchen with the oven these days. Hope you are doing well!


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