Spiralised veggies are the perfect carb-clever substitute for pasta

By TASTE, 16 January 2018

Spiralised vegetables are a great way of incorporating more crunch and colour into your diet, plus they’re the perfect carb-clever substitute for wholewheat spaghetti.

ADVERTISING PROMOTIONWoolies offers a rainbow of spiralised veggie choices including beetroot, baby marrow, butternut and carrot spaghettis and pumpkin tagliatelle. Toss through a salad, stir-fry in a hot pan with plenty of ginger and garlic, or steam and serve with your favourite sauce. The options are endless!

PUMPKIN TAGLIATELLE

Toss in brown butter with garlic and crispy sage leaves. Serve with baked Woolies’ goat’s cheese wrapped in Parma ham and a sprinkling of toasted hazelnuts.

BABY MARROW SPAGHETTI

Steam and serve with a dollop of mascarpone, sliced chorizo and green olives.

BEETROOT SPAGHETTI

Pickle in red-wine vinegar heated with sugar, peppercorns and sliced red onion.

CARROT SPAGHETTI

Toss with Woolies’ turmeric-and-citrus dressing, sliced pineapple, fresh coconut shavings, mint and honey.

BUTTERNUT SPAGHETTI

Steam and serve with crispy bacon, grated Parmesan, baby spinach and a generous wedge of Gorgonzola.[metaslider id=30588]Learn more woolworths.co.zaDiscover more pasta recipes here.
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