Sweet Potato + Veggie Pasta

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I’m loving more and more using my Spiralizer. I get more creative with it daily and have decided it’s my favorite kitchen tool at this moment, by far. I came up with this simple recipe and within minutes, voila!

In retrospect, I realize I should have used my Spiralizer more from the moment I first got it. At least I’m taking advantage of it now so who cares?!. I don’t know who’s happier that I pulled it out for millions of experiments, you or me. For now, just enjoy this while I come up with the next recipe with my Spiralizer. xo

Ingredients:
2 small sweet potatoes, spiralized Blade C
celery greens from a stalk
3 tbsp butter substitute
1 packet vegetable soup/dip mix
1/4 red onion, sliced
drizzle of olive oil

Instructions:
1. watch this video –> How to Spiralize: Sweet Potato
2. now that you’ve watched that very informative video by the beautiful @Inspiralized, we can get to making noodles with your Spiralizer
3. chop up veggies, set aside
4. cut the ends of your potato + discard of them
5. if too large to fit the Spiralizer, cut in half
6. peel the skin off of your potato
7. prepare your Spiralizer + start making noodles or poodles (potato noodles) better said!
8. cut your noodles with a kitchen scissor to make them a nice length
9. in a food processor, pulse together the butter + red pepper till creamy
10. mix the creamy pepper sauce with the vegetable soup mix
11. in a large pan drizzled with olive oil, add your poodles, veggies + sauce
12. toss a bit with tongs before removing from heat
13. serve in two bowls

Serves:
2

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