Learning that zucchini isn’t the only thing you can turn into a noodle is an exciting revelation. You’ll want to explore all vegetables — start with Beet Pasta with Blood Orange, Honey Walnuts, and Crispy Kale.
Most weeknights, 30-minute dinners are all you have time for. Generally, spiralized vegetable recipes only have to be cooked for a few minutes — or are even served raw — which cuts down on cook time. Toss zoodles with some olive oil, garlic, crushed red pepper flakes, and other vegetables you have on hand for a basic recipe that you can customize in almost any way.
Once you turn some zucchini and carrots into noodles, you’ll be tempted to do it with almost everything you see at the grocery store or farmers market. And you should.
Salads can be great and delicious, but sometimes you want something healthy that’s also a warm meal. That’s where spiralized vegetables come in to warm up the healthy eating scene.
Give vegetable noodles a few pulses in the food processor and you’ve got a whole new world of vegetable “grains,” like cucumber and cauliflower in place of bulgur for tabbouleh.
The vegetable noodle that started it all, zucchini noodles are as fun to eat as they are to make!