Saturday, November 20, 2010

Cookbook Favorites: Chicken Noodle Soup from 500 Vegan Recipes

I make this often every winter. I was lucky to test for 500 Vegan Recipes by Celine Steen and Joni Marie Newman and this soup is probably my favorite from the book. So easy, so delicious.

4 c chicken flavored broth
1 c fresh or frozen peas
1 c fresh or frozen corn
6 ounces tofu cut into 1/8 inch cubes
6 ounces noodles, your choice (I use rotini)

-Bring broth to a boil in a large pot
-Add peas, corn and tofu and return to boil
-Add the noodles and simmer 7-10 minutes or until pasta is done.

I often add other vegetables to this, such as carrots.

With many thanks to Joni and Celine for permission to reprint their recipe. Support your vegan cookbook authors!


celyn said...

That looks delicious! I see you also take food photos on your veranda. Well, actually, mine is a sort of balcony, but since you're all Southern now, I'll call it the veranda. said...

That looks super easy & delicious, yum!

JohnP said...

I haven't made this, but I clearly must!

Melomeals: Vegan for $3.33 a Day said...

Total comfort food.

panda with cookie said...

The light in my kitchen is never that good, so the side porch it is. Or side veranda.

Jeni Treehugger said...

That looks soooo good and it's making me hungry but I can't get in my kitchen to cook anything.
*sad face*

I'll just have to settle for a biscuit then.
*happy face*

Anonymous said...

How could I overlook this soup?

Amey said...

cool! I have this book, but I've never made this recipe. Thanks for the tip!

Heidi said...

Could it be that easy?! It looks so yummy! Mmmmmm!

jessy said...

that is crazy simple and one crazy awesome soup! i am kicking myself for not having 500 Vegan Recipes - totally adding it to my amazon wishlist and dropping hints to all my family members! delicious, indeed!

Anonymous said...

Lovely soup!

Ty (aka Meccabell) said...

That looks soooooooo warm and good.

Monique a.k.a. Mo said...

How have I never made this before?! Must make this.

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