Monday, August 13, 2018

Spiralized Summer Vegetable Medley

spiralized zucchini vegetable www.realfoodmatters.com


I love the rich golden colors of this spiralized vegetable medley. It's as beautiful as it is healthy.

Yes, I'm using my spiralizer again! 

It takes only minutes to spiralize vegetables using a spiralizer. I spiralized zucchini, beets, and sliced red onion and tossed them in a large skillet in a little olive oil spray with same salt, pepper and ground turmeric.

zucchini in a spiralizer www.realfoodblogger.com

sliced red onions
I sliced red onion in half moons

The zucchini and beets can be spiralized up to 2 days before cooking them and stored in an airtight container. In addition, spiralized vegetables can be frozen . ( see how to freeze spiralized zucchini).


zucchini and beet recipe www.realfoodblogger.com

Zucchini is abundant and reasonable right now at all the farmer's markets, so it's a great time to make zucchini dishes. This side is fast and easy and can be served for your family dinner or for company.

It meets the needs of those who are gluten free, nut free, and vegan. 

It's important to get a spiralizer that is sturdy and easy to use. I use Spiralizer By Palermo and I really like it. I've had for about 4 years and it's in perfect condition and still works well.

Judee Algazi @ Gluten Free A-Z Blog
Prep Time: 5 minutes 
Cook Time : 5 minutes

Ingredients: 

1 large zucchini, spiralized
1 large beet spiralized 
1/2 red onion sliced in half moons and then separated 
Himalayan salt 
Cracked pepper 
1/2 teaspoon of ground turmeric
olive oil spray or 1/4 cup of vegetable broth to saute


Directions: 
Spray a large skillet with olive oil spray ( or use 1/4 cup of vegetable broth) . Add zucchini, beets, and red onions and seasoning and toss for about 2 minutes and then cover with lid for additional 2 minutes. Turn off heat and serve.

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12 comments:

  1. Fresh seasonal produce are simply the best! This looks right out my alley, Judee.

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    1. Angie,
      I appreciate your visit and comments. The zucchini and beet combo is awesome when it's spiralized

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  2. Yum, this dish looks so delectable. I am slightly addicted to spiralized veggies!

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    1. Deborah- Haven't seen you in a while- thanks for the visit and the comment!

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous medley! Gotta love the beauty of real food. Always. Like you, I love cutting onions--of any type--into half moon and the spiralizer is so much fun. It never gets old. ;-)

    Shirley

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    1. This was a wonderful side with the added turmeric. The red, green and yellow were spectacular- did you see my gluten free bagels that are made with batter -they are really good!

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  4. I've never seen turmeric in veggies like that.

    Yes, I did see your bagels earlier and meant to go back to that post and comment on them. Thanks for the reminder, Judee.

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    1. I only mentioned the bagels because they are really easy to make and taste fabulous. My husband who is not GF loves them

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  5. I think I need to get a spiralizer. I've been resisting, but I think it's time!

    best.... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  6. Silly question, do you think the veggies taste different if they are spiralized? Cheers

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    1. I think the texture and the thin strands make me feel like I'm eating spaghetti and I do like the taste

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