Want to know how to make zoodles? Zucchini noodles are real easy to do, and today we’re going to make them fresh!
They’re a fantastic and lighter alternative to pasta. You haven’t experienced noodles until you’ve experienced zoodles! Also try this pasta salad recipe, it’s easy and pairs well with this easy tomato salad.
I’m not even a big fan of zucchini, but I still love making zoodles with pesto, salmon, shrimp, and more!
How To Make Zoodles – Zucchini Noodles
With a Zoodle Maker, you can learn how to make zoodles for your family tonight!
Regardless of what you serve with them, your family is sure to fall in love.
Katie turned me onto these fresh noodles, and they sure do make a wonderful dinner!
- 2 large zucchini (per person)
- Zoodle Maker
- Cut zucchini in thirds, or half if they’re smaller
- Spiralize zucchini
- Place in colander and salt liberally, allow to rest in sink or on plate for 20 minutes
- Some water will be pulled out of the noodles by the salt
- Rinse salt off with water and pat dry
- Oil skillet and cook on med-high heat for 10 minutes or until tender
Now you can do whatever you want with them.
We love topping our zoodles with alfredo sauce and our favorite fish, shellfish, or protein before serving.
Once you learn how to make zoodles, the options are unlimited.
It’s just like pasta, but a more fresh option!
You could even add my homemade spaghetti sauce to these noodles for a fresh take on pasta night!
Trying zoodles for the first time might seem weird, but trust me you’ll like them! It’s not like chowing on a slab of veggies, it really is more like pasta than you’d imagine!
I would compare this to spaghetti squash, but with a lighter flavor and works better with seafood too.
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- Pesto Zoodles and Cedar Plank Salmon
- Pasta with Shrimp
- Grilled Salmon Salad with Sesame Salad Dressing
- Cedar Plank Salmon On The Grill
- Garlic Pasta with Popcorn Shrimp
- Cheesy Chicken Pasta
How To Make Zoodles
- 2 large zucchinis per person
- Zoodle Maker
- Cut zucchini's in thirds, or half if they're smaller
- Spiralize zucchini with your zoodle maker
- Place zoodles in colander and salt liberally, allow to rest in sink or on plate for 20 minutes (water will be pulled out of the zucchini noodles by the salt)
- Rinse salt off zoodles with water and pat dry
- Oil skillet and cook zoodles on med-high heat for 10 minutes or until tender
- Top with sauce or your favorite fish, shellfish, or protein and serve
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