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Description: There are various versions of this cold soup or gazpacho from Málaga, but essentially it contains bread, lots of garlic, oil and vinegar, sometimes vegetables, with blanched, ground almonds and is served with little triangles of toast. Often served with muscat grapes.
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Pronounced: AH-ho BLAHN-koh
Most frequent country: Spain
Most frequent region: Málaga in Andalucia
See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Andalucia, Málaga