There is no doubt zoodles are here to stay. These veggie noodles are the answer to those seeking a naturally gluten-free alternative to pasta. Zoodles can be made with just about any cylindrical-shaped vegetable so flavor combinations are endless.
If you are new to zoodles or are simply looking for new inspiration, give these flavorful zoodle recipes a try. Your taste buds will thank you!
What are Zoodles?
Zoodles are vegetables that have been turned into noodles using a spiralizer or vegetable peeler. They are mostly low carb and gluten free, therefore a friendly addition to a ketogenic, paleo or celiac lifestyle.
There are many ways to prepare zoodles and the cooking times will vary depending on the vegetable. For instance, yellow squash and zucchini should be sautéed for just a few minutes. Otherwise, they will get soggy.
Zoodles made from root vegetables like beets and carrots will stand up to heat better and may be cooked longer. Below you'll find recipes that will show you the best flavor combinations and cooking times for all your zoodles.
Zoodles and Meatballs
Yellow and green zucchini zoodles are sautéed and paired with delicious pork and beef meatballs in a tasty garlic-infused tomato sauce.
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