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Spiralizing the Summer


Curly coleslaw and slinky salads – why spiralizing is still trending this summer


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piralizers remain the handy must-have kitchen gadget, particularly in the summer months when we are looking for lighter lunches and feel good food. Spiralizing your food has several benefi ts from speeding up cooking times to adding nutritional value to meals. In minutes spiralizers create spaghetti, ribbons and spirals from an array of vegetables and fruits creating both beautiful and nutrient-packed meals.


REASONS TO SPIRALIZE


❤ Speed up cooking time – by spiralizing your vegetables you can eat them raw or simply blanch them for a couple of minutes and retain maximum nutrients. Alternatively, spiralized vegetables can be dressed with a light marinade and left to soften in the fridge. ❤ Trade processed carbohydrates for veggies – spiralizing courgettes, carrots and even sweet potato into noodles is a great way to swap low-nutritious ingredients such as spaghetti for vitamin-packed vegetables. ❤ Kid friendly – get children interested in eating vegetables by asking them to spiralize their own veggies. Spiralizers are simple and safe for kids to use and a great way to get the family involved.


CAPRESE


Top Tip The longer the courgette COURGETTE SALAD


This simple salad is a true taste of the summer – perfect for a light lunch or side salad.


2 medium courgettes, spiralized, then noodles trimmed to 12.5cm or less 300g cherry tomatoes, halved


SERVES 2-3


FOR THE MARINADE 1 tbsp lemon juice 3 tbsp balsamic vinegar 2 tbsp olive oil 1 medium garlic clove, fi nely chopped Salt and pepper 12 small mozzarella balls, halved 15g fresh basil leaves, thinly sliced


marinates, the more intense the fl avours will be, so don’t be afraid to prepare this salad in advance.


1 Place the courgettes and tomatoes in a large bowl.


2 Make the marinade. Pulse the ingredients in a food processor until the garlic is smooth.


3 Pour the marinade over the courgette noodles and tomatoes, and toss to combine. Place in the fridge to marinate for at least 10 mins.


4 Add the mozzarella and basil to the courgette noodles, toss to combine and serve.


www.lakeland.co.uk


SELECT YOUR SPIRALIZER With an easy turn of a handle, these handy gadgets will transform healthy vegetables into coiled spirals of fun;


OXO GOOD GRIPS HAND HELD SPIRALIZER This is the perfect spiralizer for making courgetti spaghetti. It's small enough to fi t in the drawer and dishwasher and works just like a pencil sharpener. Ideal for smaller quantities, this hassle- free spiralizer is best for narrow, softer vegetables.


£14.99, www.steamer.co.uk 16 | THE WEST COUNTRY FOODLOVER


LAKELAND EASY-STORE SPIRALIZER


This counter top spiralizer is ideal for harder veg and spiralizing in larger quantities. These bigger spiralizers often have


interchangeable blades that allow you to create a whole range of spiralized veggies.


£34.99, www.lakeland.co.uk,


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