Spiralized veggies are a wonderful low cal and tasty alternative to spaghetti noodles. They are full of flavor, greatly increase the health benefits of the dish and add beautiful color to impress your guests!
Add creamy roasted red pepper sauce and you not only power pack the dish with healthy benefits but the taste is deliciousness at its best!
I made this recipe for just my husband and I and reduced the spiralized squash and zucchini to one each. I freeze the extra sauce and drizzle it over fish or chicken on another night It’s great over my salmon patty recipe, Or, I use it when we have spiralized veggies again. Nothing like making it easy on yourself!.
Just to let you know, it does contain heavy cream which some people may consider very unhealthy, but you’ll be surprised when you read the healthy benefits at the end of the recipe. For more information go to this article: The 20 Best Full Fat Foods for Weight Loss. Or you can eliminate the cream. It will still have a robust flavor. However, you may want to add a little more parmesan cheese.
If you are not familiar with what a spiralizer is, I have included two examples below. Just know that they can vary greatly in price. And the less expensive ones may not slice as easily as the more expensive ones. However, if you are using it for yourself, or you just want to try it out, the less expensive one may work for you just fine.
The one I used for the above picture was less than $10.00. I had to manually separate some of the noodles after using the tool but it wasn’t a huge inconvenience. Here are some examples from Amazon:
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