Guys, it is time for some healthy noodle-making!
First time when I discovered Veggetti (spiral slicer) in my local Macys, I felt fascinated with the idea of having it and later on this little gadget sort of started haunting me in all the stores I visited. As we know gluten-free pasta/noodle alternative is a popular market trend right now. So, after all the thinking I finally decided to bring this gorgeous baby home. It retails for $14.99 in most departmental stores. Here are pictures of Veggetti in its original packaging:
Whats included in the package?
1. A double sided funnel gadget with thick and thin size blades
2. A safety holder
3. A thin booklet with instructions and recipes.
I used the thicker blade size for my Veggetti noodles and the vegetables I chose were tri-colored carrots (orange, pale yellow, purple) and zucchini.
This miracle gadget is great for people who are on raw, vegan, or gluten-free, low-calorie, low-carb or weight loss diet plans.
For me it was little scary to swirl up the vegetable inside the funnel, so in the end I was left with an inch of leftover vegetable.
My Final Verdict:
The claim is right! This gadget works well. Moreover, the price is affordable and it requires very little space for storage.
1 large size zucchini
1 purple carrot
1 pale-yellow carrot
1 orange carrot
1/2 red bell pepper (thinly julienne cuts)
1 green scallion (thinly chopped)
2-3 garlic cloves (thinly sliced)
Fresh fresh rosemary leaves (chopped)
Few fresh Thai basil leaves (chopped)
2 tablespoons of olive oil
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 teaspoon of Asian sweet rice vinegar
Salt and crushed pepper (to taste)
1. Heat up a pan. Take olive oil and add garlic, veggetti noodles, red bell peppers, green scallions, rosemary, and Thai basil leaves. Saute on high heat.
2. Now add little salt, pepper, soy-sauce, rice vinegar.
3. Top it with more chopped herbs or green scallion. Serve.