One of the best things about warmer weather? There are so many delicious fresh foods finally in season. And with all the produce that summer brings, it’s the perfect time to cook more at home. Head to your local farmer’s market because this easy peach gazpacho recipe is brimming with tomatoes, peaches, corn and basil—all delicious (and healthy!) summer staples. The gazpacho is served cold so it’s nice and refreshing on a hot summer day. Plus, it’s super easy to make! Trust us, you’ll be able to whip up this gazpacho recipe in no time!
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Peach Gazpacho Ingredients
- 6 Medium Tomatoes
- 2 Peaches
- 1 Clove Garlic
- 1 Cup Fresh Corn Kernels
- 3 Tablespoons Chopped Fresh Basil
- Freshly Ground Black Pepper
- Chopped Avocado To Garnish (Optional)
Gazpacho Recipe Directions
First, roughly chop 4 of the tomatoes and 1 of the peaches and then put them into the bowl of your food processor or high powered blender. Add the garlic clove. Then, process or blend the tomato and peach mixture until it iscombined and liquefied. Next, pour the mixture into a large bowl. Chop the remaining tomatoes and peach into small bite-sized pieces. Throw the chopped fruits, basil and corn kernels into the bowl. Add salt and pepper to taste, and give it all a good stir.
For an extra punch, top your gazpacho with some chopped avocado or a drizzle of olive oil for a dose of healthy fats. Serve slightly chilled with some good bread and butter.
This easy peach gazpacho recipe serves two people as a main course, or four as an appetizer. Enjoy!
Sarah Kurtanich is a Fertility Awareness Practitioner and Health Coach on a mission to help shift how menstrators move through the world. Previously, she has served as the Chief Eating Officer at Taste Frederick Food Tours, the co-host of The Mustache Mesa podcast, and a Wild Woman Project Circle Leader. She believes in enjoying your food, taking care of yourself and doing things that make you feel good. She and her husband call Frederick, Maryland their home with their daughter and golden retriever.