Zoodles Bolognese

I really don’t know if you feel like me but I was definitely one to say fake pasta is just not as satisfying as real pasta. Especially zoodles… initially, I was just not convinced. Pasta is the second love of my life and I can’t stress enough how I need it to survive in this world.

BUT… I tried something one day and I thought it would be awful and I ended up amazed and need to share this recipe with you ! Those are zoodles with a homemade revisited bolognese and I swear it was so so good. Try it please before judging me !

Prep and cooking time : 20 minutes

Ingredients :

  • 10z Zoodles (300g) or 2 good size zucchinis
  • 16 oz (450 grams) Ground turkey
  • Pizza or tomato sauce
  • 2 cups (450 grams) fresh spinach
  • Salt, pepper
  • Shredded mozzarella worked wonders but any cheese you might prefer is good

Recipe :

  • In an oiled pan (you are starting to know I usually use avocado or coconut), cook your ground turkey on medium heat
  • In the meantime, place your tomato sauce and your spinach in a mixer and mix together until you obtain a seamless green sauce
  • Verse the sauce in the pan with the ground turkey, add salt and pepper.
  • Let it simmer on low until you serve
  • In another pan, put olive oil and let it heat
  • Once heated, cook your zoodles for 7 minutes so they remain crunchy but cooked.
  • Serve your zoodles on the plate, add your bolognese and top it with shredded cheese
  • Enjoy while hot !

I promise, it will taste amazing and fill you without a lot of carbs. It is incredibly healthy and so savoury…

Let me know if you try it!

Love, Coco

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