Original name: Ajoblanco

Origin: Spain

100g almonds (if you have natural almonds with the skin, it’s necessary to put in boiling water to make them soft and peel them.)
2 cloves of garlic
1 liter of fresh water (cool)
150g of bread (only the white part of the bread, the crumb)
100 ml olive oil
1 teaspoon of white vinegar (aceto bianco)
salt depending on your taste

To serve
3 boiled potatoes (medium size)
250 gr boiled green beans
green grapes
small glasses

If the bread is staled, put in water to make it soft. So, put in the kitchen robot at the begining the almonds, the garlic and very little water. Beat them, and when it becomes a cream, include the bread, the oil and the vinegar,and beat them again. Finally, put the rest of water, salt and beat again, and then put in the fridge. The ajoblanco can be served with white grapes or boiled potatoes and green beans. If you want, you can use small glasses to serve.