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Baked Zucchini Noodles with Pistachios and Sun Dried Tomatoes


Ever since I learned how, I have been making these and absolutely LOVE it  and make it at least once in 2 weeks - It is healthy, guilt free and what's more so tasty - dress it up with your favorite nut, some of your favorite cheese and if you want sauce and you've got yourself a wholesome no carb meal


For making these you need the sharp julienne peeler which will strip you zucchini into thin noodles - be mindful, these instruments are viciously sharp so please use caution while using it

How many zucchini's you use depends on how many people you are making for - I used 3-4 for  4 of us - While stripping, stop when you come to the seedy part of the vegetable. By then it will start breaking anyhow.

Instructions
Strip, arrange in a baking dish; crumble cheese, sun dried tomatoes and toss in some walnuts, some pepper - Do not salt now or it will become watery … salt before eating.

I broiled for 15 -18 minutes or until the cheese has melted - BTW, I used some goat cheese. SO GOOD!

Enjoy and repeat :)


Baked Zucchini Noodles with Pistachios and Sun Dried Tomatoes


Ever since I learned how, I have been making these and absolutely LOVE it  and make it at least once in 2 weeks - It is healthy, guilt free and what's more so tasty - dress it up with your favorite nut, some of your favorite cheese and if you want sauce and you've got yourself a wholesome no carb meal


For making these you need the sharp julienne peeler which will strip you zucchini into thin noodles - be mindful, these instruments are viciously sharp so please use caution while using it

How many zucchini's you use depends on how many people you are making for - I used 3-4 for  4 of us - While stripping, stop when you come to the seedy part of the vegetable. By then it will start breaking anyhow.

Instructions
Strip, arrange in a baking dish; crumble cheese, sun dried tomatoes and toss in some walnuts, some pepper - Do not salt now or it will become watery … salt before eating.

I broiled for 15 -18 minutes or until the cheese has melted - BTW, I used some goat cheese. SO GOOD!

Enjoy and repeat :)


6 comments:

Beena.stephy said...

Tempting healthy dish

The Yogi Vegetarian said...

This looks amazing! I imagine it would also be good raw, with a pesto dressing. I'll also try out tofu rather then cheese...thanks for sharing :)

Sadaf Afshan said...

I once attended a raw cooking demo where the host (Megan Telpner ) made zucchini noodles with cilantro spinach pesto.I even wrote a post on it. I was just wwondering how did you make the thinzucchini strips because in that demo Megan used a special appliance called a spiralizer for making the 'noodles'.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Simply delicious and mouthwatering to look at zuicchini noodles.
Deepa

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan said...

Incredibly colorful tempting & attractive. Mmmmmmmm.......

Shobha Kamath said...

It definitely looks good! And very healthy too!

 

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