Yellow Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho

If you want to try to capture the taste of a garden, this recipe for Yellow Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho comes as close to anything I’ve made. Likely it’s because of the seasonal, juicy heirloom tomatoes.

It’s soup season. Really.

If you’ve been counting, this is the second soup recipe I’ve posted in as many weeks. But gazpacho, served chilled, is a perfect dish during the hot summer weather. You don’t need a lot of Yellow Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho to enjoy its goodness, which is why this recipe is a perfect appetizer during the warm weather. It’s great for a serving at a special gathering (shot glasses or small juice glasses make the perfect “dish” for this gazpacho) or even when you’re cooking out with the family.

Here today, so enjoy

I decided to use the yellow heirlooms for this recipe, just for their golden color. These gorgeous tomatoes tempted me as I was chopping all the veggies for this dish, and I couldn’t resist popping pieces as I prepped. They were amazing! Sweet and juicy. I wish I could get my hands on them all year – but that’s just one of the things that makes summer special.

On top of tasting like fresh garden goodness, this recipe couldn’t be easier to make. No cooking, just a bit of chopping, a few whirls of a blender and some time in the fridge. Simple summer deliciousness!

Recipe for Yellow Heirloom Tomato Gazpacho:
Serves 4-6