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Oodles of Zoodles

by | Oct 14, 2015 | Mains | 0 comments

There is no doubt I love kitchen gadgets! One of my best buys this year was definitely my spiralizer.

Spiralizing courgettes to make courgetti or zoodles (whichever one you prefer) is a super substitute for spaghetti or noodles in any dish if you want to avoid carbs or grain.

 

You’ll need

Courgettes (aka baby marrows or zucchini)

Spiralizer

Your favourite toppings or sauce

 

 

 

Method

Simply twist a washed courgette through a spiralizer and repeat until you have enough per person (It does shrink slightly once pan-fried).

Use raw or you can pan-fry the courgetti in olive oil, coconut oil or butter with a small dollop of garlic and use as you would regular spaghetti.

Toss through your favourite toppings such as fried mushrooms, cooked bacon, olives and spring onions; or your favourite pasta sauce such as pesto sauce.

Season to taste.

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