Twirling Zucchini Noodles

spirooli vegetable slicer

Twirling noodles makes me smile. :)

I’ve tried zucchini noodles raw, sautéed and steamed. I prefer to let raw zucchini noodles sit for 20 minutes or so to give them a softer texture.  They’re tasty with a marinara or pesto sauce.

This spiral vegetable slicer is called the Spirooli.

(P.S. Click YUM!)


    yum. that looks and sounds amazing! Clearly, I need a Spirooli. Wondering if I can trick my kids into eating more veggies this way?


    Btw, fantastic recipes in “chocolate covered Katie” :o)

    I’m itching for a new camera so I can upload some food pics…
    They stole the battery cable when I was robbed in Madrid :o(

    Gee, I must remember round-nose icons don’t work here, ha ha : o )

    Gina — I think so! You could start by mixing some zucchini noodles in with regular noodles too. Tricky tricky. :)

    Jesslo — Yes, you must get snapping again. I want to see more of your beautiful pictures.

    Wowwww- yum! I need to make some veggie noodles!

    I bet these spiroolis can satisfy pasta cravings! Neat, Jennifer.

    […] when I first heard about this slicer from Jennifer at She tried it out by making zucchini noodles! These look great plain and my imagination has been set in motion. Possibly related posts: […]


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