A tool called a spiralizer turns zucchini and other vegetables into long, curly, noodle-like “zoodles.” If you don’t have (or don’t want to buy) one, you can use a julienne peeler.
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Really delicious, easy, and a slightly different/very refreshing flavor profile. Important to use loads of the fresh herbs called for--when in doubt, add more!
I did not have a spiralizer but I just sliced the zucchinis and julienned the carrots. Fab dish .
We just started working with zoodles, and needed to bring something to a picnic. It went over so well! We didn't use the cilantro as we couldn't get it on short notice, but I am excited to see what it adds. I loved the dressing and thought it was the perfect amount. This will definitely make it into the weeknight rotation.
Fast, easy, and tasty with no cooking required. My picky husband had second helpings.
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