Sesame Chicken Zucchini Noodles (video)

Sesame Chicken Zucchini Noodles (video)

When I first posted this Inspiralized version of the recipe from Chrissy Teigen’s cookbook Cravings, I was hoping she’d notice!

Spoiler alert: she didn’t.

But that’s okay, because it’s an easy, awesome go-to recipe that I’ve made a few times this summer. And today, I’m bringing it to life again with a how-to video!

While Teigen’s original recipe calls for regular noodles, I’ve of course used spiralized veggies instead – and you don’t miss a beat!

And who knows, maybe Chrissy will notice this time! Chrissy…. are you listening??

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  1. Where do I find a printable version of the sesame chicken zucchini noodles recipe?

  2. Sarah Holtermann :

    This is just a general question about spiralizing and storing the meals. I have just started and bought the new book. Can these meals store for a bit in the fridge? I am only cooking for myself and I would love to be able to only cook once for the week and have it last since a lot of these recipes have 4 or more servings. Can any of these meals be stored in the fridge without getting soggy? I tried to store zoodles overnight in the fridge in the beginning but it didn’t work and became soggy. Any tips/advise would be wonderful ! Thanks.

    • This is just a general answer about how I do “make-ahead” meals. I live far from the grocery store, and veggies don’t keep very long here in extreme south Georgia. I have found, however, that I can buy zucchini, spiralize, and store in sealed plastic ware (with plenty of air space) for as much as 4-5 days before it starts to spoil. Rather than get soggy, I find that it dries out and lasts longer than keeping the veggies in the fridge whole. So, what I do instead of making the meals ahead is just prepare the veggies ahead and throw the meals together when it’s time to eat. Hope this helps.

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