Have you ever made zoodles? If you get yourself a julienne peeler, you can be making zucchini into low-carb noodle stand-ins in no time. It’s actually really good. You may not be able to fool people into thinking they are eating actual spaghetti, but I don’t think anyone will be complaining.
It has been a very long time since I’ve posted a recipe, and I’m hoping these squash noodles with everything pesto and a fried egg on top will at least partly make up for it. Things have been busy at school, and it’s getting harder and harder to blog often and stay on top of my readings and projects. However, I am sure you do not want to hear about that. I bet you’d rather hear about this brunch (dinner? lunch? midnight snack?) recipe that’s paleo, grain-free, vegetarian, and ridiculously delicious.
I have to admit that I was unsatisfied with zoodles (zucchini + noodles = zoodles) for a long time, due mostly to unrealistic expectations. Anyone who tells you that zoodles taste just like regular pasta is either totally lying or has a vastly different palate from mine. You can’t expect these to taste like linguine.