How to Make Noodles out of Vegetables

 

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If you are looking to get gluten out of your diet but cant give up your noodles, then this is the solution for you: vegetable noodles! It is possible to make noodles out of vegetables, only vegetables. One ingredient! You just need this handy little tool.

How to:

  • I typically use zucchini, daikon radishes, carrots, and even apples. Fruits and vegetables that are firm and without a lot of seeds do the best.
  • Wash your vegetable or fruit
  • Slice off one end so there is a flat side to sink the Spiralizer’s “teeth” in to
  • Spiralize away! Its so easy and so awesome!

How I use the noodles:

  •  I use zucchini noodles as a substitute in all of my Italian-style meals
  • The Sprialized fruits and veggies look great in a salad, they add a beautiful texture that looks like ribbons
  • Kid food, my kids think they are eating macaroni (sneaky,sneaky)
  • Get your Spiralizer HERE

 

                                                          Goes GREAT in salads too!

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  1. says

    My experience is that a carrot is still a carrot, no matter how you slice it…or spiralize it. :o) No one around here would be tricked into thinking it’s pasta. But as they say, your mileage may vary. Thanks for posting.

    • says

      My kids are still at that magical age that they will eat things if you present them right. My daughter will eat “ribbons”….especially if they are “princess ribbons”. A rose by any other name. :)

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