The Healthy Spiralizer Cookbook: Flavorful and Filling Salads, Soups, Suppers, and More for Low-Carb Living - Rockridge Press

The Healthy Spiralizer Cookbook: Flavorful and Filling Salads, Soups, Suppers, and More for Low-Carb Living

By Rockridge Press

  • Release Date: 2015-05-15
  • Genre: Methods
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 5 Ratings

Description

Finally, a delectable array of healthy and delicious recipes that work with any spiralizer!

Whether you’re gluten-free, Paleo, or simply looking to eat healthier meals, you know this for certain: Carbs are out and vegetables are in. This trusty spiralizer cookbook will make it easier than ever to prep and enjoy 101 recipes for flavorful and good-for-you meals that are built around veggies. Here’s what’s included:

• Clear instruction on which fruits and vegetables spiralize well—and which don’t
• A review of popular spiralizer brands and models, to help those on the fence decide which is best for them
• Recipe icons indicating whether meals can be made with a hand-crank spiralizer (Paderno, Inspiralizer, and more), an hourglass-shaped spiralizer (Vegetti, Brieftons, and more) or both types—and which blade to use for each
• A chapter of spiralizer recipes to satisfy high-carb cravings, from fettuccine alfredo to chow mein
• A chapter of basic condiments, sauces, and dressings to flavor the rainbow of veggies you’ll be spiralizing
• Nutritional information included with every recipe, noting calories, fat, cholesterol, total carbs, fiber, and protein

Meals this healthy have never been more fun to make or more delicious to eat. 

Start noodling today these recipes:

• Fried Eggs with Cheesy Sweet Potatoes
• Beet and Arugula Salad with Goat Cheese and Walnuts
• Tom Ga Gai with Quick Pickled Cucumber Noodles
• Lemon-Basil Carrot Risotto
• Zoodle Puttanesca
• BLT on Potato Fritters
• Chocolate-Beet Muffins

Reviews

  • Creative Ways to Eat Your Veggies

    4
    By Emily-Mallory
    This little book is a great tool for getting more healthy, low-carb food into your diet. The vegetables even look more "fun" to eat, and with some foods, appearances go a long ways, especially if you have children or husbands who are picky eaters. I love the fact that I can still enjoy a tuna noodle casserole or pizza as well as spaghetti and colorful salads. You'll like this book if you want to do something new and healthy with common ingredients that you can usually find right at the grocery store.
  • Fun to make, fun to eat!

    5
    By iceytina
    After I bought this book and started preparing the recipes for my family, they've told me how delicious and fun the dishes are to eat. I love this book and highly recommend it to anyone! Great addition to the recipe book types on your kitchen shelf. I've had fun not just making these dishes, but buying the ingredients, and that is a total wow. They're easy to make and most of the time I have no problem finding the ingredients at my regular food market. This book makes eating healthy even easier.