My latest obsession is ZOODLES! See how my first attempt with them turned out below (and stay tuned for some more experimentation with zoodles coming soon!).
I've been dying to try making zoodles since spaghetti squash is out of season in the summer. I didn't discover the previous link before my first zoodle experience so, mine were a little watery. I might try the salt, sit & squeeze method next time!
I didn't want to invest in a fancy spiralizer until I knew if was even going to like this stuff. So, I ordered a Pampered Chef Julienne Peeler and gave it a whirl! I was pleased with how easy it was to peel the zucchini using this peeler. I don't see a need for fancier one (yet!).
I was recently disturbed by own willingness to pay over $5 for a jar of spaghetti sauce at Kroger that was sugar (and offensive oil) free. I did decide that I need to can my own sauce this year.
Anyway, I was pretty pumped when I found this brand at Walmart for a little over $3. You can see it has a good, clean ingredient list!
So... here's the recipe:
1lb Grass-fed Ground Beef or Italian Sausage
1 Jar of Sugar-free Spaghetti Sauce
Garlic, sliced or minced
Turn the zucchini into "noodles" using your julienne peeler and place in a glass bowl. I salted mine and then started a pot of boiling water. Once the water is boiling, pour it over the zucchini in the bowl and let it sit for about 5 minutes (to soften the zucchini). You may want to try this method. While I was waiting for the water to boil, I cooked my ground beef with some onion and garlic and then added the sauce and let it simmer. After draining the water off of the zoodles, I topped them with the meat sauce an promptly stuffed my face! I also had this left-over for lunch the next day and it was just as good reheated.