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10 Delicious Spiralizer Recipes You Must Try
by Kathryn Wheeler
You may have read on a blog or heard your friends talking about using a spiralizer or vegetti and thought, what in the world? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. The relatively new cooking trend of spiralizing your vegetables simply means using a kitchen tool that slices your veggies into long, thin strips that resemble spaghetti.
With more people focusing on eating gluten free or paleo, finding replacement for their beloved grains, like pasta, has resulted in more creativity in the kitchen. Replacing your pasta with zucchini not only reduces the calories, carbs, and white sugars in a dish, but it also increases the fiber, vitamins, and minerals from the vegetables. If you want to give spiralizing a try, it’s really quite simple. Just find one of the many tools available in your local grocery store, Target, Walmart or Amazon and then use one of the recipes below to give it a go!
Thai Peanut Chicken and Sweet Potato Noodles from Iowa Girl Eats
Zucchini Noodles with Creamy Avocado Pesto from Eat Yourself Skinny
Butternut Squash Pasta Carbonara from Cooking Classy
French Onion Zoodle Bake from Climbing Grier Mountain
One Pot Teriyaki Chicken Zoodles from Life Made Sweeter
Spiralized Sweet Potato Enchilada Skillet from Sweet Peas and Saffron
Spiralized Apple Salad with Citrus Dressing from Jessica Gavin
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