Who knew that there were so many ways to make gazpacho? Of course, if you ask the purists, they will say there is only one way to make gazpacho, and that is the Spanish way. That's how Vicky Cohen and Ruth Fox feel, authors of the blog May I Have That Recipe? Their Authentic Spanish Gazpacho recipe, which they made using fresh tomatoes from their father's garden in Barcelona, is a good place to start if you've never had this pleasantly refreshing chilled soup before.
But if it's not your first time having this summertime treat, you may be curious to try some new and interesting takes on it. Our collection of gazpacho recipes is a colorful one, with a beautiful Yellow Tomato Gazpacho that takes advantage of beautiful heirloom tomatoes, a Green Gazpacho with Spicy Croutons made with tomatillos, and even a Tricolored Gazpacho for those who just can't decide.
And if fresh and fruity is more your speed, there are certainly a few of those recipes, too; check out the slideshow to see all of the inspired takes on gazpacho.
Will Budiaman is the Recipe editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @WillBudiaman.