gazpacho

[guh-spah-choh; Spanish gahth-pah-chaw, gahs-]
noun Spanish Cookery.
a soup made of chopped tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, garlic, oil, and vinegar, and served cold.

Origin:
1835–45; < Spanish

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gazpacho (ɡəzˈpɑːtʃəʊ, ɡæs-)
 
n
a Spanish soup made from tomatoes, peppers, etc, and served cold
 
[from Spanish]

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gazpacho

cold soup of Spanish cuisine, especially that of Andalusia. It is an ancient dish mentioned in Greek and Roman literature, although two of the main ingredients of the modern version, tomatoes and green peppers, were brought to Spain from the New World only in the 16th century. Spanish cookbooks classify gazpacho as a salad.

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