How to Use a Spiralizer

Get ready to make healthy noodle substitutes that are packed with vegetable nutrition. Try your hand at zoodles (that's zucchini noodles), or noodles of carrot, squash, sweet potato, the options are as endless as the produce department. Here we'll show you how to use a spiralizer of the countertop variety.

A quick tutorial on the kitchen tool you've been dying to try. Give veggies some verve, and replace pasta with a healthier alternative.

How to Use a Spiralizer Step-by-Step

  1. Choose your veggie. Carrots, sweet potatoes, zucchini, summer squash, butternut squash, cucumber, plantains, turnips, and more make great vegetable noodle options.
  2. Trim the ends from your veggie.
  3. Place in spiralizer with desired blade inserted.
  4. Turn the crank and watch the noodles pile up!
  5. Add the veggie noodles to your recipe.

Spiralized Recipes

Put your spirlaizer to work with these recipes that use a spiralizer. 

Sweet Potato, Chicken, and Spinach in Browned Butter

Veggie Ribbons with Cashew-Cilantro Pesto (this recipe also lets you just use a vegetable peeler, but it'll go quicker with a spirlaizer) 

Triple-Veggie Pasta

Garlicky Zucchini Noodles

Get step-by-step tips for making zucchini noodles here.


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