Lookie what I have for you today! About 78 sweet chili pistachios, a bottle of chocolate ZICO and a tub of hummus with carrots later, this reference guide is complete and ready to be Pinned. I’m a big snacker when I’m focusing, what can I say?
After all of the questions I get regarding proper cooking methods of certain veggies, I decided to make the most complete guide I could muster up, in an effort to clarify spiralized cooking once and for all. I’m sure I’ll be updating it, so it’s going to live on my “How To” page. Now, let’s take a look at this bad boy.
It’s pretty self explanatory, but if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to shoot me an e-mail, Tweet at me, Instagram tag me, or message me on Facebook. I’m here for y’all, especially the newbies who are still in the, “wait, so these noodles are made of veggies?!” stage.
Please let me know if I missed anything, or if you’d like to see another vegetable on the list! I’m happy to test it out for you and add it to this reference guide.
Use The Inspiralizer, the official spiralizer of Inspiralized for best results when using this chart.
ALSO – new to the blog is a recipe list, indexed by spiralized vegetable. If you’d like to see all of the sweet potato noodle recipes in one place, now, it’s possible! Simply roll over the “Recipes” menu option and then the first line item is “recipes by vegetable.” Roll over that and you’ll see a list of vegetables pop up. Fancy stuff here at Inspiralized, eh?
Now, before I get to the guide, I just want to say that I love all of the feedback that you give me through all of my social media channels. I get all giddy when I see an e-mail from a reader with a question or praise, because it means so much to me that y’all are taking the time to send me a message. It’s thoughtful and it shows that you are just as passionate as me about spiralizing.
Please never hesitate to ask me a question – let’s learn together! OK, this Barney special is over. Hope you like the guide!