And here are the beautiful "noodles":
This is the leftover piece after it's done (don't worry, I used it in the sauce!)
And the final product:
I just think those curly "noodles" are so pretty.....don't laugh! Anyway, I used 1 zucchini per person and that worked out well. For the sauce, mine was almost raw. I didn't have any fresh peppers, so I used a roasted red pepper from a jar. Peppers are so expensive these days and not in season from the farmer's market, so....I have to deal with what I have. I guess I could just leave it out next time and add extra tomato. Here's what I put in my sauce (adapted from Averie's recipe): tomato, roasted red pepper, leftover zucchini pieces from spiralizer, 2 regular sized carrots, fresh basil from my herb garden, salt, pepper, a dash of agave nectar, and garlic. Soooo good! These raw foodies sure know what they're doing. And this is so easy. The spiralizer was so easy to use, and so fast. For the sauce, everything went into my 3-cup food processor and then it was done. I did leave a few wedges of the tomato until the end, so it would be a little chunky. It was so good, I made it again for our lunch today at work :) So check out Averie's recipe...you won't regret it.
So there you have it, a deliciously almost raw meal :) I guess it should be completely raw next time....no cheating.
Tune in this weekend for my farmer's market goods!