A raw avocado gazpacho recipe should be made by using ripe avocados that have a buttery texture. Traditional gazpacho soup recipes are usually red in color and made with ripe tomatoes along with other fresh ingredients.
Obviously, an avocado gazpacho recipe will be green in color, but still focuses on really fresh ingredients. Gazpacho is a refreshing chilled raw soup that a lot of people consume during the hot summer months.
However, you can have these gazpacho recipes all year round - as long as you can find really great tasting avocados.
Savory Avocado Gazpacho Recipe
Flesh of 1 Ripe Organic Avocado
1 Organic Cucumber (peeled)
1 inch of Organic Ginger (peeled)
Juice of 1/2 an Organic Lime
1 tsp. Sriracha
2 Tbsp. of Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 1/4 Cups of Filtered or Spring Water
1 Handful of Ice
Optional: 1 tsp. of Sea Salt
Top gazpacho with mixed organic sprouts, fresh ground pepper, chia seeds, Spanish olive oil, and fresh raw coconut milk.
Add all of your ingredients to a high speed blender.
Blend until you get a really creamy texture and then pour gazpacho into an attractive bowl.
Avocado Dill Gazpacho Recipe
1 Large Organic Cucumber (peeled & chopped)
Flesh of 1 Ripe Small Avocado
Juice of 1/2 an Organic Lemon
Large Handful of Organic Fresh Dill
Large Handful of Organic Baby Spinach or Your Favorite Leafy Green
1 1/2 to 2 Cups Spring Water
Optional: 1 Clove Garlic and Sea Salt
Top gazpacho with raw coconut yogurt, fresh dill, and freshly cracked pepper.
You can also replace the raw coconut yogurt with raw Greek yogurt, raw whole yogurt, or raw sour cream.
Add ingredients into a high speed blender and blend on high until ingredients are thoroughly combined.
Then pour into fun serving dishes.
Garden Avocado Gazpacho Recipe
2 to 3 Organic Radishes
2 to 3 Organic Green Onions (chopped)
1 Large Organic Cucumber (chopped)
1 Red or Orange Organic Bell Pepper (seeded & chopped)
2 Tbsp. Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Chilli Oil
1 to 2 Tbsp. of Organic Lemon Juice
2 Tbsp. of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 cup Spring or Filtered Water
Flesh of 1 Ripe Buttery Organic Avocado
1/3 cup of Fresh Organic Basil Leaves
Optional: Sea Salt & Pepper
With this gazpacho recipe, you can adjust the ingredients to suit your own taste buds. Use produce you have available in your garden or leftover in the fridge.
Blend ingredients until smooth and chill before serving.
Serve in chilled bowls to keep your avocado gazpacho cold and top with creme fraiche or your favorite yogurt.
Garnish with a chiffonade of fresh basil.
How to Choose a Ripe Avocado
Unfortunately, most avocados will have to be ripened at home to get the perfectly ripe avocado.
And you can tell that an avocado is ripe when its hard skin gives slightly when squeezed.
Every time I buy what I thought was a perfectly ripe avocado at the grocery store, it turns out to be an overripe avocado by the time I use it in a recipe.
So learning a trick or two on how to ripen avocados at home will help you to make tasty avocado gazpacho recipes all year.
Tricks to Ripen An Avocado
I learned this trick in Hawaii - I used a banana to help ripen my avocado.
Basically, you place an unripe avocado or avocados in a brown paper bag along with a tomato, apple, or banana (this quickens the ripening process).
The unripe avocado or avocados should ripen in a day to 3 days.
Then you can store your ripened avocados in the refrigerator to extend their life for a day or two longer before using in recipes.