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Zoodles

If you haven’t tried zoodles then you are missing out. The first time I made these I was a little disappointed with the texture. I thought they were “mushy”, not what I wanted. so I went back to the kitchen and made an adjustment.  It was something so easy, I just smacked my forehead and said, duh. Yeah, it was one of those moments. The key is some sea salt, towels, and time.

Something to remember – it may look like a lot of zoodles, it really isn’t, so make at least twice as much as you think you would need. You will need: 2 thin towels, sheet pan, a spiralizer or vegetable peeler, zucchini, and sea salt.

Line the sheet pan with a one of the towels. Use your spiralizer according to manufacturer’s directions.  Spread noodles evenly on towel. Sprinkle sea salt on the zoodles, let rest for about 30 minutes. This is important, it will draw out some of the moisture, which is what can make the zoodles “mushy”. Remember, we don’t want “mushy”, we want el dente.

Now it’s time to transfer the zoodles to the other towel. Pile them into the middle and gather the ends of the towel, twist and squeeze out any remaining liquid. Now you can heat them in skillet until warm, top with your favorite sauce, and or protein.

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