A few years ago, I heard about the phenomenon of spiralizing vegetables to create noodle shapes. When I saw pictures of the spiralized creations, I was puzzled as to how they got to be in that shape. That’s when I found out there are actual devices that spiralize the vegetables to create the effect of spaghetti, and decided to buy this spiralizer from Amazon. You can spiralize zucchini, sweet potatoes, carrots — the possibilities are endless! The price is relatively inexpensive for the creative, fun dishes you can create.
Today’s recipe is sweet potato noodles (or “spoodles,” as I like to call them), sauteed in coconut oil, sprinkled with salt, cinnamon, and coconut sugar, and melted in a dab of butter. I added some chopped chicken breast on top, which added a nice sweet/savory combination of flavors.
- 2 small sweet potatoes, spiralized
- 1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1/4 tablespoon salt
- 1/4 tablespoon coconut sugar
- A dash of cinnamon
- A dab of butter
In a large nonstick pan, melt coconut oil over medium heat. Add the spoodles to the pan.
Cook them in coconut oil for 10 minutes or until the spoodles turn very soft. Add salt, cinnamon, coconut sugar, and butter. Toss to coat. Remove from heat.
You can eat the spoodles alone or you can add chopped chicken on top like I did.
I really enjoyed this dish, and hope you do, too!