We have winners! Thank you to everyone for reading and commenting, I'm sure to have another great giveaway in the near future, so please keep checking back.
Here are the five winners, according to Random.org, of last week's Veggie Wednesday giveaway - Congratulations!
1. Ranae from Cornbread & Cookies
2. Ben from What's Cooking?
3. Meghan from Meghan's Mindless Muttering
4. Linda in St. Louis
5. aBookworm of A Bookworm's Diary
Winners, PLEASE email me at irishones7 (@) juno.com ASAP for details!
From Caroline Kligge, one of the fearless leaders of the Greater Reading Vegan Society. Caroline says, "Last night I made this soup and it was so delicious so I thought I'd share it with everyone, since a lot of people seem sick with allergies right now and could use some soup."
Vegan Chik'n Noodle Soup
2-3 T Olive Oil
2 carrots- peeled and diced
2 parsnips- peeled and diced
1 small onion- finely diced
4 scallions- diced
2 stalks celery- diced
6 cups vegetable broth (I love Imagine No-Chicken Broth, it's the best)
pepper to taste
1-2 cups textured vegetable protein chunks (can be found at Echo Hill Country Store, and beyond)
1/2 lb eggless flat noodles (try Light n Fluffy macaroni dumplings)
1/2 tsp dried dill weed
Heat oil in a large pot, and add carrots, parsnips, onion, and celery. Cook over medium heat for 5 minutes or until vegetables are tender.
Add broth, pepper, scallions, and bring to a boil. Add the TVP chunks and noodles, return to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes or until noodles are tender. Add dill. Enjoy.
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