29 December 2014

No-Wheat Spaghetti!

I'm going to show you how to make spaghetti with no wheat at all!  I'm going to use the Spaghettable, which is a fancy-fun word for "giant pencil sharpener for vegetables."

One zucchini squash.  Do you see the pointy piece of squash toward the back of the plate?  That's what's left after using the Spaghettable. I just cut up that and popped it in with the rest of the food. 

Medium high heat.  A few tablespoons of garlic-flavoured olive oil.  I added some pieces of garlic, but maybe you like onions or mushrooms with your veggie spaghetti?

I then added some jarred (high fructose corn syrup free, thank you!) pasta sauce and heated that up a bit.  Are you feeling brave?  Want to try it? 


  1. It looks delicious, I might try it; what sort of machine is that to cut the zucchini with? I could use a knife I suppose.
    I thought you were going to talk about rice spaghetti, which we have here in the shops, made from rice for those who can't eat wheat.

    1. It's called a "Spaghettable," not sure if they are available in Aus, makes noodle-like veggies. There are other spiralizers out there if not, however. Hope you get 'round to trying it; let me know if you do and what you think!

  2. It looks good! I'm avoiding pasta, bread and rice right now, but I just go without the pasta in my spaghetti Bolognese.


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