The SECRET for the best “Salmorejo” you’ll ever have (don’t tell anybody)

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Today at Ibérico Club we are going to tell you the secret for doing the best “Salmorejo” that you’ll ever have. Salmorejo is a very simple and special tomato soup/cream from the South of Spain (Córdoba), that you should eat dipping toasted bread and served with a good plate of sliced Jamón Ibérico de Bellota, as tradition dictates. By the way, our delicious Jamón Ibérico de Bellota also comes from small artisanal farmers from Córdoba, Spain (try now @ http://www.ibericoclub.com).

Put in the blender in this order:

–          1 Raw Egg

–          2 Cups of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

–          5 Medium size ripe Tomatoes on-the-vine (peel and cut them in 4 pieces each)

–          1 Garlic clove

–          4 Thick Slices of Bread (only the crumb)

–          Season with Salt and Vinegar

Our secret (don’t tell anyone): Putting the ingredients in this exact order, so when you turn on the blender the first thing that happens is that at the bottom the egg and olive oil turn into mayonnaise and then the tomatoes, garlic and bread blend into that mayonnaise. All this happens magically! You just have to turn the blender on medium speed for 30 seconds, and then maximum speed for 2 minutes. Taste it and add more salt and vinegar as needed.

Plate it in a small bowl with some hard boiled egg and small chunks of Jamón Ibérico de Bellota on top. Don’t forget to put a side plate of sliced Jamón Ibérico de Bellota from www.ibericoclub.com 😉

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