Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

As I was building a post for the week of New Year’s labeled “my favorite spiralized recipes of 2014,” I thought it would be helpful to do a roundup of my favorite recipes by vegetable.

When people ask me, “What’s your favorite Inspiralized recipe?” it’s so difficult to answer, because I have so many favorites – and they all have to do with season, what I’m in the mood for and of course, what kind of vegetable I’m spiralizing.

Alas, I’m going down the list and sharing my favorites of 2014 with you today.

2014 Favorite Inspiralized Recipes – by Vegetable

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Apple: Apple Noodle Tuna Salad Bell Pepper Sandwich
Right, Beet: Quinoa Beet Rice Salad with Veggies and Feta

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Broccoli: Chicken and Chickpea Broccoli Noodle Salad
Right, Butternut Squash: Butternut Squash Noodles with Brussels Sprouts, Walnuts and Caramelized Onions

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Cabbage: Corned Beef with Spiralized Carrots and Cabbage
Right, Carrot: Honey Ginger Tofu and Carrot Rice, with Bok Choy

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Celeriac: Chunky Lamb Ragu with Celeriac Noodles
Right, Chayote: Roasted Garlic Scape and Tomato Chayote Noodles with Crab

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Cucumber: Cucumber Noodle, Feta, Arugula and Onion Salad with Red Wine Oregano Vinaigrette
Right, Daikon Radish: Daikon Noodles with Asian Pork Meatballs and Broccolini

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Jicama: Spicy Spiralized Shoe String Jicama Fries
Right, Kohlrabi: Asiago Kohlrabi Noodle Frittata with Corn, Bacon and Basil

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Onion: Grilled Romaine with Caramelized Onion Noodles, Blue Cheese and Balsamic Greek Yogurt Dressing
Right, Parsnip: Savory Parsnip Noodle Chive Waffle (Parsnaffle!)

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Pear: Chicken Paillard and Asian Pear and Cashew Salad
Right, Plantain: Coconut Plantain Rice Pudding

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Rutabaga: Sausage and Brussels Sprout Rutabaga Rice with Chicken Sausage
Right, Sweet potato: Vegan Kale and Sweet Potato Noodle Caesar Salad

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, Taro root: Miso Ginger Glazed Taro Noodles and Shrimp with Scallions and Pea Shoots
Right, Turnip: Spicy Asian Chicken Turnip Noodle Soup

Favorite Spiralized Recipes by Vegetable - Inspiralized.com

Left, White potato: Gruyere and Asparagus Potato Noodle Casserole
Right, Zucchini: Ginger Seared Salmon in Miso Broth with Jalapeno-Scallion Relish and Zucchini Noodles

I have to admit, it was tough for me to pick a favorite zucchini recipe – it took me a solid 10 minutes of searching through my recipe archives.

I can’t wait to find new favorites with you in 2015!

Of course, now, I must ask you: what are your favorite Inspiralized recipes of 2014? 

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ruth Detroit area says:
Oh man, like you I have so many 'favorites' I really can't pick one! I'd feel awful playing favorites... I always write the date and a comment in the upper rt-hand corner of the recipe, and file them in a 3-ring notebook - in order of when I made it (instead of the usual alphabetical order). So many of the comments are along the lines of "this is a 5 star!" or "make again soon". NOT ONE has "yuk" or "what a waste of calories/time/energy", as do some of the recipes in my other, (non-spiralized recipes), notebook. Keep up the good work! ~ruth
You're very organized, I could learn a thing or two from you! Happy Holidays, Ruth - thanks for the kind comment!
Love your site as always!! My hubby just got me the gefu hand spiralizer, which doesnt have as great reviews as the one you use..but I dont want to tell him that lol Can't wait to try some recipes!!
Aw, it's okay! You'll still be able to eat veggie noodles - that's the whole point! Can't wait to see what you make, Samantha!
laurie says:
my favorite will always be your sweet potato noodle buns !!!! Although, I haven't made something from here that I didn't like, so they are getting some tough competition !
Aw, thank you Laurie - that made my day!!
Karen says:
I have to admit, the recipe I have made the most both at home and to take to a party is the Zucchini Carpaccio with Avocado Pistachio Dressing. I add carrots and sweet and hot peppers and onion, but the dressing is the same... oh other than sometimes I add smoked paprika! This is always a winner! Thank you so much for showing me how versatile the spiralizer is and how easy too! I have recommended the Spiralizer and your website to many people! Happiness an Good Health to You in 2015!
Thank you for the kind words and I'm so happy to hear that you like that recipe! All the best to you too!
Veena says:
Please show in a video clearly along with the blade picture on how to make c shape cut onions..
Meaghan says:
We recommend Blade A for onions. You can see a demo of spiralizing an onion with the Inspiralizer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3MZ3jG6mMk

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