[This great recipe is curated from Love, Veggies + Yoga]
Spiralized Zuke Noodles
For spiralizer info and what I have, where to buy it (the best $29.99 you’ll ever spend!) check out this post)
Then I made the Red Marinara Sauce: Tomatoes, Red Pepper, Carrots (for a touch of natural sweetness), Basil, Oregano. No Garlic or Onions in mine, but you could if you like those flavors. And Blendto desired consistency.
Top the Zuke Noodles with the Marinara
Mix it up and voila, dinner is served.
The entire raw vegan homemade meal, including appliance cleanup, takes 15-20 minutes. Seriously fast, easy, and delish.
Optional Add-In’s, Extras, Tips, & Tweaks:
Garlic, Onions or other spices you enjoy in the sauce
Nut/Bean “Burger” Pieces
Real Beef or Turkey Meatballs for the non-vegetarian in your life
Use Store-Bought Pasta Sauce
Use “Regular” Pasta Noodles but make your own sauce
*Plate it up and try it at room temp and if it’s not working for you, zap it for 45 seconds in the microwave. Sometimes I do this for Scott. You’re still getting the benefits of a vegan homemade meal, and you’re not cooking the crap out of it nutrients out of it for hours, rather just warming it a bit. If you have a dehydrator, you could also pop your plated meal into the dehydrator and let it warm up that way to preserve the raw status, if that’s important to you.