BEST VE­GIES TO SPIRALISE

Homes+ (Australia) - - EASY FOOD -

There are few lim­its to spi­ral­is­ing – just look for a veg­etable with a hard to semi-firm tex­ture to avoid it fall­ing apart when spiralised.

ZUC­CHINI Use the thin noo­dle at­tach­ment to make the ever-pop­u­lar “zoo­dles”. Sim­ply boil them for 20 sec­onds and top with bolog­nese or pesto. CAR­ROTS Great to add tex­ture and crunch to a salad, or stir-fry for a cou­ple of min­utes with gar­lic. SWEET POTATO Use a thicker slicer to cre­ate sweet potato curly fries. Toss in oil and bake.

DAIKON RADISH Use in place of rice noo­dles to make raw sal­ads and noo­dle dishes.

BEET­ROOT Add to sal­ads for crunch, or sauté with oil and gar­lic for a pasta al­ter­na­tive. AP­PLES Coleslaw will never be the same again! Re­mem­ber to toss in lemon juice so it doesn’t dis­colour.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.