Friday, March 7, 2014

Nueva Gazpacho {Spring Recipe}

Spring has not sprung where we live but I'm ready to share and make some lighter, springy recipes. How about you? What are some of your favorite spring recipes? This Mexican recipe is perfect for up and coming Cinco de Mayo, too!

Gazpacho Recipes


Nueva Gazpacho:  Soup at a picnic?  Si! Use Nueva Cocina Tortilla soup as the flavorful base to save time and add fresh vegetables for a classic cold vegetable soup.

Ingredients

1 bag of Nueva Cocina Tortilla soup
4 cups of water (for soup)
1 Tablespoon of hot sauce (optional)
4 baby carrots
1 stick of celery
1 small green pepper
1 avocado
1 cucumber

Directions

Cook the soup as directed, let it cool in the refrigerator.  Peel cucumber and remove seeds. Chop all of the vegetables into large chunks except for the avocado.  Use a blender on pulse speed to combine soup and vegetables.  Let chill for 30-40 minutes.  Serve very cold.  Garnish with chopped avocado on top.

This was a guest post from Nueva Cocina which is the new way to cook Latin™. This all-natural product line contains the premium ingredients needed in just one box to create flavorful recipes.  With an assortment of 18 different soups, seasonings and rice mixes, the brand is a favorite of people who don’t eat gluten (16 of the 18 products are gluten-free and of vegetarians (14 of the 18 products are meatless). With Nueva Cocina, everyone can cook or simply enjoy Latin food. 

More Mexican Recipes

Crockpot Refried Beans
"Deep Fried" Mexican Ice Cream
DON'S MEXICAN SALAD
Grilled Sweet Corn with Lime Chive Butter
Robert's Corn Dip
Sweet Mexican Corn Cake
Texas Straw Hat


4 comments:

Shannon said...

This sounds delightful. Thank you for sharing.

Cris said...

Thanks for this nice soup recipe. I really like to learn about this recipe just in perfect time. Well here in my country spring just came and it'll great to have such soup during spring time.

Micki said...

mmmm.... this looks so good! I'm a huge fan of any soup with avocado in it.

Victoria said...

I love trying different recipes. This is something I am going to bookmark to make in the near future.

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