Let's face it, when temperatures are soaring, there's only one option for a refreshing meal that can be made in a matter of minutes: gazpacho, of course.
The popular Spanish-style soup made of chopped tomatoes and vegetables is best served cold on a sweltering afternoon (or after a long commute home). Below, we rounded up three delicious variations on the classic, packed with ingredients ranging from watermelon to green juice (yes, you read that correctly). Happy slurping!
2. Tomato Watermelon Gazpacho
This mouthwatering rendition comes care of super chef Seamus Mullen, owner of N.Y.C. butcher shop and tapas bar El Colmado and the award-winning Tertulia. By pickling the watermelon in vinegar before puréeing it with tomatoes, he achieves a special tartness that's been so well-received, El Colmado sells the soup in jars for customers to buy. Get the recipe here.