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How to Make Zucchini Noodles | Methods 15 and 16

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Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

It’s been two and a half years since I first posted the incredibly popular 14 Methods to Make Zucchini Noodles. I almost can’t believe it!

Today I’m excited to share TWO additional ways to make zucchini noodles, bringing the method count up to sixteen.

Method 15: Regular and Thin Spaghetti-sized Noodles

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull
2x 3mm noodles on the left and 3.5 x 5mm noodles on the right


Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

  • Product name: GEFU Spirelli Spiral Slicer (Blue) [Buy on Amazon]
  • Description: With the Spiral Slicer you can conjure up endless julienne strips of carrot, radish, cucumber and all kinds of other firm vegetables. The 2x 3mm or 3.5 x 5mm spirals are perfect to create vegetable stir fries or pasta dishes. Also great for garnishes and plating.
  • Pros:
    • Awesome for traveling
    • It’s incredibly light-weight and compact with a height just under 5 inches
    • Blades tucked on the inside
    • They come in 5 bright colors
    • Prime shipping through Amazon is available
    • Good for small to medium-sized cylindrical vegetables i.e. carrots, zucchini, cucumbers, daikon radish, etc.
    • Dishwasher safe

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

  • Cons:
    • I find the lid useless, the teeth don’t hold on. It’s easier to hold the vegetable directly
    • Will not work on round or bulbous vegetables
    • About 1.5-2 inches of vegetable will not turn into a noodle

Overall, I recommend. It’s sturdy, but light-weight, perfect for camping or traveling. I would like to now if TSA allows it as a carry on item

Method 16: Short and Sturdy Noodles

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

  • Product name: The Zuudlemaker – Julienne Vegetable Slicer [Buy on Amazon]
  • Description: A non-traditional grater with two rows of teeth set after a long plank

Zucchini Noodles | Feed Your Skull

  • Pros:
    • It’s slim and fits in a drawer perfectly
    • Another tool that would travel well
    • Produces a thicker sturdier strand of noodle that retains more of the ‘water’ (seen above, the result of this tool on the left and a traditional grater on the right)
    • Good on all vegetable sizes
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Comes with a free recipe booklet for immediate inspiration
    • Wears well and stays sharp
  • Cons:

Overall, I definitely recommend this tool. I prefer it 1,000 times over the traditional grater, the quality of the grate is just amazing.

Read the original post.

Do you have a favorite method? Do you ever travel with a spiralizer?

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