Andalusian White Garlic Soup

Andalusian White Garlic Soup 

Andalusian White Garlic Soup known as Ajo Blanco soup.  This soup is generally served ice cold its refreshing and a delicious alternative to the traditional Spanish gazpacho.

Garlic, did you know? Some studies have shown that one of the health benefits of eating fresh garlic is to help people improving their immunity system and eating fresh garlic regularly could help you reducing the high blood pressure level and promote healthier cardiovascular system.

Here is how to make Andalusian white garlic soup.

Ingredients (Serves four):

100 grs of raw peeled almonds,

2 garlic cloves,

30 ml of Jerez vinegar,

100 grs of yesterday's white bread (no crust),

100 ml of extra virgin olive oil,

half a litre of cold mineral water,


For the garlic oil:

100 ml of extra virgin olive oil and 3 garlic cloves.

Andalusian White Garlic Soup

Andalusian White Garlic Soup Method

Prepare the garlic oil: peel the garlic cloves and blanch in boiling water for some seconds. Drain and let cool. Cut in fine slices and cook for 2 to 3 minutes in the olive oil over a low heat. Don't let them go golden. Cool down in the same oil and put aside.

Place the bread inside a bowl and pour a bit of water in order to allow the bread to get soft. Once it has absorbed the water,  squeeze and put aside.

Use a blender to create a creamy soup out of the almonds, garlic cloves, vinegar, olive oil, bread and water.

Add salt to taste.

Pour some drops of the garlic oil on top.

Keep it in the fridge until just before serving.

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