I love that! I've made it a couple of times...so much nicer than pasta. I've also made zucchini "spaghetti" to have as a raw dish with a chilled tomato sauce.
Adding zucchini "spaghetti" to regular, whole-wheat spaghetti (I like the Bionaturae, organic, Italian brand) makes a larger plate of spaghetti for a fraction of the calories. Filling for the tummy, and great foolery for the eye!
4/15/12 Platte River half marathon - Done 5/4/12 Greenland 50K - Done 7/29/12 Loveland Little Sprint Triathlon - Done 9/3/12 (54th birthday) - American Discovery Trail marathon 11/4/12 NYC marathon 12/1/12 Rock Canyon Half marathon
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Zu-sagna. Lasagna-inspired but with cooked zucchini in place of noodles, herb-seasoned cottage cheese/greek yogurt blended for one layer, homemade tomato sauce with onion, green pepper and lots of herbs, natural cheese.
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I'm working through supper (group home), and I'm making homemade pizza with the clients. The crust is based on a recipe I found here on SparkPeople, and it's whole grain. It's a big hit, and Friday night is often pizza night!
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