Category Archives: Spiralized

Spiralized Cucumber Radish Salad

  Spring and salads seem to go hand in hand. Adapted for the Spiralizer from a Cooking Light recipe entitled, “Lemony Cucumber Salad,” this salad is light and bright and doesn’t get soggy in the refrigerator, so you can make it hours … Continue reading

Advertisement

Posted in recipe, Spiralized | Leave a comment

Spiralized Potato and Carrot Gratin

  I adapted this recipe from Martha Rose Shulman’s recipe for “Potato and Carrot Kugel” in her new cookbook, Spiralize This! She calls it a kugel, but it’s very close to being a vegetable gratin without the heavy emphasis on … Continue reading

Posted in recipe, Spiralized | Leave a comment

Start With a Few Vegetables

  Simple is often best. A great side dish (or if you’re like me) a whole meal can be made out of a few lonely vegetables left in the bin. I spiralized a carrot, a small zucchini, and a red … Continue reading

Posted in recipe, Spiralized | Leave a comment

Spiralized Zucchini With Lentil Bolognese

This post is actually a visit to a recipe that I posted a year ago that I plan to make tonight.  I’ve been thinking about ways to incorporate protein rich ingredients into meatless dishes. Lentils fit that bill. They are … Continue reading

Posted in recipe, Spiralized | Leave a comment

Confetti Bread (Spiralized!)

  This is basically a simple version of zucchini bread, with a bonus of summer squash and carrots. It’s made even easier by spiralizing the vegetables, instead of grating them, as part of the process. Just chop the spaghetti-like strands into short … Continue reading

Posted in Bread, recipe, Spiralized | Leave a comment

Do I Need a Spiralizer Cookbook?

Thinking about my spiralizer. I just read a review of a couple of new spiralizer cookbooks that are on the market this fall. One has a basic premise that you can and should spiralize everything. That rolls made out of baked … Continue reading

Posted in Spiralized | Leave a comment

Updated Spiralized Lasagna

In spite of my determination to get back to spiralizing earlier in the week, life (including restaurant meals and dinner at a friend’s house, and an unexpected dental visit) kept getting in the way. And now, it’s Friday. Better late … Continue reading

Posted in Spiralized | Leave a comment

Reminiscent of Pad Thai

This salad, adapted from http://www.simplyquinoa.com, contains spiralized zucchini and quinoa. The peanuts, ginger and Sriracha in the sauce contribute to the sense that you’re eating a cousin of real Pad Thai. It’s light and good as it is, but I … Continue reading

Posted in Spiralized | Leave a comment

Salad Season (Spiralized)

I like the fact that I was able to use a number of different blades to create different shapes and textures that make the salad more interesting. English cucumbers can be spiralized very successfully using the slicing blade. If you … Continue reading

Posted in Spiralized | Leave a comment

Entry Level Zoodles and Pasta

We had a class on spiralizing today at Highfield, and I got a request to repeat a recipe that was part of last year’s class. I refer to it as an entry level dish because it’s a combination of zucchini … Continue reading

Posted in Spiralized | Leave a comment