The Best of the Spiralizer: June Cooking Tool of the Month

Cooking Tool of the Month – Spiralizer

Now that summer is officially here raw pasta dishes are popping up all over the internet! It’s all drool-worthy! Today I wanted to share with you the best of spiralizer recipes I found on the web. Later this week we’ll have a guest recipe from Amber Shea Crawley from her book Practically Raw and an exclusive interview with her. Also we’ll have a video that shows you how to make raw pasta with other tools you have in your kitchen. Keep an eye out for that!

Making raw pasta doesn’t mean you have to make the whole dish raw. Zucchini noodles are a lovely substitue for regular noodles even if the sauce is cooked. It’s great in the summer because no cooking is required for the noodles, you consume less gluten which could weigh you down and there’s one less pot to clean! Check out how versatile the spiralizer can be!

Cucumber & Beet Noodle Salad with Avo-Hemp Dressing from JL Goes Vegan

Raw Zucchini Pasta with Creamy Tomato Sauce from For The Love of Food

Zucchini Pasta with Roasted Butternut Squash and Creamy Garlic Sauce from Choosing Raw

Pesto Raw-sta Primavera from Healthy Voyager

Celeriac (or Zucchini) Linguine with Bolognese Sauce and Hemp Parmesan from Diet, Desserts and Dogs

(photo below by Ricki Heller)

Raw Creamy Tomato Basil Pasta from Vegan Yack Attack

Healthy Vegan Olive Pasta (with video) from Healthy Eating Starts Here

Raw Zucchini Pasta in Vegan Curry Cream Sauce by Gluten-free Goddess

Raw Pasta Salad with Creamy Lemon & Herb Dressing by Averie Cooks

Raw Vegan Spaghetti Marinara and “No Meat” Balls from The Blender Girl

Gena’s Peanut Noodles from Choosing Raw

Raw Vegan Spaghetti and Groud Crimini-meat from Addicted to Veggies

RAW Noodles & Veggies W/RAW Asian Pesto Sauce from Urban Poser

And don’t forget to check out our guest posts this month: Drench Pad Thai Salad from Allyson of Manifest Vegan and Zucchini Rolls by Nicole of Dash of Compassion.

Do you have a favorite recipe using raw pasta? Share with us in the comments!

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  1. They ALL sound so good! I love using the spiralizer for zucchini pasta, of course, but also love doing root veggies and adding them to salads that way.  Thanks so much for including my raw Bolognese pasta! 😀

  2. Wow- great blogs to follow and the recipes look delicious!

    I used my spiralizer last night but I'll admit, I never eat my zucchini raw. I sautee it lightly and then throw on low fat organic pasta sauce and sometimes chick peas. It's simple and so easy to make! However, there is a raw zucchini pasta I get from our local health food store that is to DIE for. I wonder, how do you get the zucchini to soften up when it's raw? Is it a matter of using oil? I think that's why I cook mine- I don't want crunchy noodles.

    1. That’s totally cool! No one says you have to eat the noodles raw. I like the idea of heating them up. You could steam them, quickly blanch them or saute them in oil or broth.

  3. I LOVE zucchini pasta! I have my favourite zucchini marinara at least once a week, because it take less than ten minutes to make and it is so yummy and healthy. Great to have a standby dish on those days when lacking in kitchen inspiration 🙂 I don't have a sporaliser, but I use a peeler that is used in Asia to make green mango salad and green papaya sald- same effect as a spiraliser, and the tool only cost me two bucks! I sometimes use a regular veg peeler to make "linguine" pasta with zuchnini and carrot too. I love raw pasta!

  4. I bought a spiralizer a few months ago and just used it for the first time this weekend.  I tossed the noodles with the pistachio pesto from Spork-Fed.  It was incredibly good.  I'm excited to have this whole compilation of more ideas!  Thank you for putting it together!  I don't know if you're on Pinterest, but you might want to consider putting a photo on this post.  That way it can be pinned easier by folks who want to keep track of this great information!  🙂

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