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150 Best Spiralizer Recipes

150 Best Spiralizer Recipes by Marilyn Haugen and Jennifer Williams

150 Best Spiralizer Recipes

I am a HUGE pasta lover. This is not ideal now that I’ve had surgery. Loving pasta is hard now that I must eat healthy. Sprializing veggies gives me the same look and feel of pasta. Which is exactly what I need and why this book has been perfect for me. I have made several recipes from this book, notably the Lemon-Garlic Shrimp with Zucchini Noodles and the Hearty Mushroom Marinara over Sweet Potato Noodles.

Both dishes were fantastic, filling, and absolutely delicious. My hubby and the boys loved both of them. Even my uncle, who’s a guy with a love for pasta even bigger than mine, found these dishes satisfying. I had originally thought that vegetable and fruit noodles would be less filling than grain-based noodles, but boy was I wrong. They are definitely satisfying!

I like the organization of this book. The directions are well-written, there are tips and variations included. And I can’t forget to mention that the recipes are great. There’s all sorts that would suit various dietary needs. So if your diet calls for Gluten Free, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan or Raw Foods, you will find recipes in this book! I also appreciate that the book goes into spiralizing basics, and the best veggies and fruits to use. With that information I’m finding it easy to come up with my own recipes, too.

Here’s a tip for you: spiralizers can make very long noodles. So I’ve found it helps to snip them a bit shorter with some scissors as I’m churning them out of the spiralizer. This tip makes them easier to serve.

About 150 Best Spiralizer Recipes

A spiralizer is the perfect way to get more vegetables into your diet!

Spiralizers are taking home kitchens by storm, and it’s not surprising, given that they provide a new and refreshing, not to mention fun way to introduce more vegetables into dishes and reduce the carbohydrates.

There are so many possibilities! One of the simplest is replacing typical wheat pasta with zucchini noodles for an incredibly quick, healthy and satisfying meal! But there are so many more creative main dishes and side dishes to explore in this sumptuous cookbook, including updated versions of classic favourites.

There are options for vegetarians, gluten-free diets and low-carbohydrate diets, but there’s also a wide variety of dishes for meat, poultry and fish lovers. Expanding the boundaries of traditional vegetable dishes will give you so many more choices!

The 150 recipes include some of these delicious offerings: Thai Salad with Peanut Lime Dressing, Spinach and Apple Salad with Pecans, Cranberries and Feta, Pancetta and Lentils with Zucchini Pasta, Curry Beef with Sweet Potato Noodles, Chicken Tetrazzini, Summer Squash Galette, Savory Skillet Turkey Sausage with Potato-Celeriac Noodles and Mexican Chayote Squash Spaghetti Pie.

If you are looking for a new healthy way to eat vegetables and fruits, then spiralizing is for you.

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  1. kate g

    I got a spiralizer not long ago and I’ve only used it a few times because I didn’t have any specific recipes and was just using it for the look of the veggies. I love the idea of recipes for it, I know I’d use it more often.

  2. Cassidy ciazza

    KIcking carbs is so hard but this looks like it makes it so much more delicious to do

  3. Customwritings

    Great list! I eat tons of vegetables, but I haven”t tried spiralizing any yet. I do like using my cast iron pan. I think if we’re excited about cooking, we’re all more likely to prepare healthy meals at home, which is essential for weight loss/maintenance.


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