I’ve had people ask me which spiralizer I use, so I wanted to do a quick post to share the one I like most.
This spiralizer has three different blades, so you can have three different size “noodles”. It has suction cups to keep it stable on the counter and it’s super easy to use and clean.
Here’s what it looks like:
Here’s a close up of it doing its job:
Here’s the finished product of it zoodling a very large zucchini from my garden:
I’ve tried a hand held spiralizer and it was a waste of nine dollars. If you want to do a lot of different veggies of differing shapes, sizes, and firmness, spend the extra money, and get one similar to the one I linked to above.
There are so many different recipes you can do with a spiralzer and I’ll share some along the way.
Just the other night, I sautéed onions, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and garlic in olive oil, and then tossed the zoodles in the cooked veggies for a few minutes over medium heat. To finish it off, I topped it with fresh basil and shaved Parmesan. It was an easy and delicious pasta alternative.
Next, I’m going to try spiralizing a potato to make shoe-string french fries. I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes.