Here’s a recipe from The Low Carb Diabetic blog, one of my favorites. No carb count is provided but I bet it’s relatively low. If you know the carb count per serving, share in the comments. Calculate the carbs yourself at FitDay. Click the link below for the recipe. It’s paleo-diet compliant, if you don’t mind vinegar. A snippet:
“Gazpacho is a soup made of raw vegetables and served cold, usually with a tomato base, originating in the southern Spanish region of Andalucia, which some spell with a c, while others use an s! This soup can be great for a hot day when making a lunch that takes just a few minutes is exactly what you want. In our version of this Andalusian peasant dish we leave out the soaked bread and instead use a creamy avocado to give it substance.”
Source: The Low Carb Diabetic: Gazpacho – A taste of Andalucia
One response to “Recipe: Gazpacho – A taste of Andalusia”
Thanks again Steve for highlighting a recipe shown on the low carb diabetic. The mix of real food used in this recipe, especially the use of avocado instead of bread makes for a tasty bowl of soup. Husband Eddie, a type 2 diabetic, can eat these foods and keep his blood sugar numbers low.
It is just a pleasure to enjoy real fresh foods …
All the best Jan