As with anything in your kitchen that has a blade—blender, food processor, silverware drawer— the Veggetti can bite if you’re not careful. The blades are extremely sharp, so you need to be alert while you’re turning your vegetables into delicious, low-calorie spaghetti strands. Most mishaps occur when a hand slips […]
Month: March 2015
This meal is an “almost-homemade” entrée you can throw together in minutes.
This all-veggie variation on the carb-laden dish is high on eye-appeal and delivers bonus nutrition in every bite. Use a combination of yellow and Italian squash for the pasta to make it even more colorful.
The Paderno Spiralizer Best for: large quantities of noodles, and greater variety of cuts and shreds. It takes more counter space and more time to set up than a Veggetti, but once it’s set up, it works much faster The Paderno Spiralizer is a hand-powered tool, which means it is […]
This spicy noodle soup is a vegetarian African variation of the ubiquitous chicken noodle soup.
The Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer Best for: quick set up, small quantities of noodles, small “footprint” on the counter, and traveling. This inventive, hourglass-shaped kitchen utensil is easy to use, easy to clean, and lightweight enough to carry with you when you travel. If you can imagine a pencil sharpener […]
This Italian favourite is cheesy, in a good way, so good in fact that you might find yourself eating like a gluten-free glutton.
For most traditional pasta recipes, the default ingredient is 1 pound of pasta, which yields 4 cups of cooked pasta. In the following recipes, 4 cups of vegetable spaghetti will be the standard ingredient. To get 4 cups of vegetable pasta from your veggies use the following guide. Equivalents are […]
Best veggies to use with the Paderno spiralizer The Paderno is particularly good with soft and less dense vegetables and can easily handle larger vegetables that have a diameter of up to 5 inches. Apples—particularly nice when cut into the “udon” size Cabbages—great for shredding. Zucchini—terrific for large zucchini. Yellow Squash—also […]