Zoodles with creamy Peanut Butter sauce

This recipe is vegan, gluten free and adoptable to a raw dish

What are Zoodles and what is so special about them?

Zoodles are noodles made from vegetables. The name was derived from the well-known Zucchini noodles, which were simply named Zoodles. Vegetable noodles have little calories are of course vegan, healthy, gluten-free and damn tasty.

Zoodles attributes:

▪ low on calories
▪ low on carbohydrate
▪ gluten-free
▪ good for raw and Paleofans
▪ always cheap and fresh
▪ rich in vitamins
▪ are not as heavy in your stomach as noodles
▪ rich in variety

 

What Zoodle variants are there?

Actually, all solid vegetables can be processed into vegetable spaghetti. The big star is the zucchini, followed by sweet potato, carrot, beetroot, pumpkin, kohlrabi, parsnips, radish and cucumber. One can even use the stalk of the broccoli for Zoodles

How Zoodles are made:

You just need a spiral cutter and a vegetable of your choice. First, the vegetables are washed or in the case of the sweet potato peeled. Now you place your vegetables in the spiral cutter and turn it. If you use a machine, clamp the vegetables into the device and crank until the spaghetti come out.

The Zoodles can be eaten directly as raw food or parboil them briefly in hot water or alternatively heat them in the oven for a short time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zoodles with Peanut sauce

Amount: approx. 2 People

Ingredients

  • 100 g raw peanuts
  • 1-2 Tbsp Maple Syrup
  • 150 g vegan cream
  • 1 Tbsp sesame oil
  • 1 Tbsp tomatoe concentrate
  • 2 Tbsp tamari(glutenfree) or soya sauce
  • 1/2 Tbsp salt
  • 1/2 Tbsp pepper
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 big sweet potatoe
  • 1 string spring onion

Preparation

  • Take a pot with boiling water
  • Peel the potatoe and use spiral cutter to make Zoodles.
  • Cook the Zoodles for about 2-3 minutes in the boiling water and then quench with cold water.
  • Now the sauce will be prepared. Mix the peanuts using a kitchen machine.
  • Then add the remaining ingredients and mix everything together
  • A bit more tamari sauce or sesame oil can be used as desired.
  • The sauce can be added directly on top of the warm noodles.
  • Cook the Zoodles for about 2-3 minutes in the boiling water and then coldly quench.
  • Now the sauce will be prepared. Mix the peanuts in a kitchen machine.
  • Then add the remaining ingredients and mix everything.
  • A bit more tamari sauce or sesame oil can be used as desired.
  • The sauce can add directly onto the still warm noodles.
  • Cut the spring onion into small rings and sprinkle the rings and peanuts over the sauce.
    → You can also use roasted peanuts which have a more intense taste than raw peanuts..

 

 

 

 

 

 

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