7 Vegetables You Didn’t Know You Could Spiralize

To make this Citrus and Roasted Beets Salad or Chilled Beet Salad, spiralize the root vegetable instead of cutting it into thin slices.

Beets

First, peel and cut off the ends. Add raw carrots that have been spiralized to any green salad or pasta salad (like Hearty Pasta Salad). 

Carrot

Make your garden and cucumber salads more appealing. (Whether you peel or not is entirely up to you.)

Cucumber

After peeling the jicama and slicing off the ends, spiralize and then roast, sauté, or serve raw. It's great in Jicama Slaw with Peanuts.

Jicama

Remove the stalk and seeds, then spiralize the vegetable. Curly bell peppers can be added to pasta salads, noodle dishes, salads, and side dishes raw, sauteed, or roasted. 

Bell pepper

 Roast, bake, or sauté this healthful veggie and add it (with with the florets) to salads, pastas, and stir-fries. Spiralizing broccoli stems can update Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli.

Broccoli

First, make sure that the outer skin is gone. Then start to spiral away. You can caramelize them and put them on top of a steak or put them raw in a salad like Blueberry-Orange Onion Salad.

Onion

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