Salmorejo is a highly recommended cold tomato soup dish when on a trip to Cordoba, Spain. Early versions of salmorejo trace back to before the main ingredient tomato was brought to Spain. Before the arrival of tomatoes, salmorejo was made with all of the current ingredients except for tomato and was called “salmorejo blanco” due to its white color. Only after Christopher Columbus brought tomatoes to Spain from Latin America is when the salmorejo became the dish as we know it today. The ingredients for this famous soup are tomatoes, bread crumbs, olive oil, salt, vinegar, hard boiled egg, and garlic. Not only is this a delicious soup to have, it is also a very healthy dish that is packed with antioxidants and vitamins. Salmorejo is a delicious and healthy soup that is a “must have” when you’re hungry in Cordoba, Spain.