Healthy ajoblanco -!

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The ajoblanco is typical of Andalusia, specifically of the regions of Cádiz and Málaga, two great lands full of culture, folklore, history and very good gastronomy. It is also very common for ajoblanco to be cooked in areas of Extremadura, especially in summer, since it is a very nutritious soup and should be served cold.

This dish owes its tradition to Roman times and has part of Greek gastronomy. In the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga, the ajoblancos are so famous that on the Costa del Sol there is a gastronomic festival called Fiesta del Ajoblanco where this soup is prepared every first Saturday of September and all the residents of the town enjoy it.

In our case, we are going to make a recipe, respecting the traditional idea, but bringing it more to fitness and a low-calorie dish so that we can eat this soup if we are on a hypocaloric diet, or simply want to eat well.

Our ajoblanco perfectly complies with our fundamental pillars when we make recipes, and that is that all the ingredients are cheap, easy to find and 214% natural. In addition, the recipe itself is very simple and we can achieve a very good result, even if we are not very good in the kitchen.

Why is it so healthy?

The first is because it is a recipe with% natural ingredients 100 and the second is because it is a low-calorie cold soup. Each serving does not exceed 250 kilocalories and has about 17 grams of carbohydrates that belong to extra virgin olive oil and bread, so it is not a suitable recipe start the keto diet, but if for others where there is not much limit with carbohydrates.

Anyone can eat this ajoblanco soup, as it does not have ingredients of animal origin, so it is suitable for vegans and vegetarians, and for omnivores, too.

Another and the main reason, why we consider that this recipe is very nutritious and healthy , is because it is composed of very good ingredients such as garlic, almonds, extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, salt and bread.

It is very important to choose a good loaf of bread, as this will add more nutrients to the cold soup. The worse the quality of the bread, the worse the result of the ajoblanco will be. It should be said that, if we do not use bread, we lower the calories in the final recipe, but the soup will be too liquid.

Tips to make the best ajoblanco

As we said in the previous paragraph, we can make ajoblanco without bread, but the recipe will be more liquid than normal. We recommend using a quality bread with good crumbs such as rye or spelled bread, for example, and avoid those white supermarket breads.

This dish can be considered vegan and vegetarian without problem, it can also be accompanied by protein vegan such as a vegetable burger, two sausages, a little seitan, etc. All that extra is also extra calories, so be very careful.

Another important tip is the issue of adding garlic, and it is that, as we well know, they have a very strong flavor, so it is recommended to add them very little by little during the preparation of the ajoblanco.

With regard to almonds, it is best if they are raw and peeled. Another detail is the blender, and that is that not just anyone can beat that nut, so before getting involved in creating this recipe, we would have to see if our blender is enough or it falls short. Another option is to leave the almonds soaked in water overnight.

Regarding the amount of water, we propose 1 liter, but if we want more liquid to remain, we can add more water, or remove water from the recipe if we want our ajoblanco to be thicker. The amount of oil also helps, the more oil the creamier the ajoblanco will remain, yes, it must be mild oil, or it will eat all the flavor.

How to keep it in the fridge

This ajoblanco recipe, like other homemade recipes that we offer on the web neutral, have a very early expiration date. In this specific case, it will only last a maximum of 3 days, that is why we recommend not making much of it if we are not going to consume it in 24 or 48 hours.

Our ajoblanco recipe is designed for 4 normal servings, if there are only two of us, the quantities should be divided in half. Another option is to follow the steps as is and give a tupper with this soup to a family member or friend.

To keep this soup cold in the fridge, you must use a container, preferably made of glass. Why? Well, because glass does not degrade with use or the passage of time as it happens to plastic tupperware. In addition, the vast majority of tupperware that we have at home already has many uses and is not safe for our health, since these plastic particles can end up in our body.

The tupper should be placed at the bottom of the refrigerator so that it does not suffer from temperature changes when the door is opened and closed. In addition, the glass container must have a lid with a hermetic closure, to prevent oxygen from entering and allow the proliferation of natural bacteria. In addition, being well closed, outside contamination is avoided and the food can last a maximum of 3 days in the fridge.

We do not recommend consuming this cold soup beyond 72 hours , since we could suffer some negative consequences such as diarrhea, vomiting, bloating, pain, gas, lack of appetite, general malaise, dizziness, and even fever.