Gaisburger Marsch Stew
I wanted to post something earlier today, but today has been so very busy. Specifically I was catching up with my Digital Libraries class. I actually made this soup a few days ago, but I’m posting it now. It’s not cheating if I made something a while ago right?
Anyway, Gaisburger Marsch is a typical meats and potatoes kind of stew that originated in Gaisburg, just outside of Stuttgart. As I already had spaetzle it was easy to throw together. Also, this weekend I got some potatoes from my CSA, so it was really perfect timing for this soup to happen. I wanted to use tofu in place of the meat because I felt it already had more than enough gluten. Mr. EastHillVegan disagreed, and thought it would be better with seitan. After some thought I decided on sundried tomato by Susie’s seitan. Another great Ithaca made product.
The stew is made with an onion, carrots, as well as the aforementioned spaetzle, potatoes, and seitan. I seasoned it with a bay leaf, thyme, and pepper.