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Ennis_TX

Other Noodle Alternatives

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So I have a list of other noodle alternatives other then grain based ones.

Egg

You can beat a couple of eggs, or use egg whites /eggbeaters. You oil a skillet and pour them in over low heat forming a thin layer across the bottom of the pan and slowly cook til solid. Flip onto a cutting board and cut into your noodles of desired width

Zucchini Noodles,

Using a Veggie spaghetti maker make your noodles and saute slightly to make tender or zap in the microwave.

Spaghetti Squash

Cut squash in half length wise, scoop out seeds, spray with oil, place open side up on middle rack in oven THEN turn it on to 460F. About 30mins for a small one to 50mins for a large one. Pull out and shred the insides out with a fork or shred in the skin and use the skins as a bowl. These are great for making noodle dishes inside them and pair well with Italian, and Mexican seasonings

Deli Meats

I used to do this one a lot just cut thin deli meats into noodles. and use in stir frys or pan dishes. Ham pairs well with sauteed veggies then pour in some eggs and scramble for a great breakfast skillet. Or you can use chicken breast in combination with other noodles to make great Italian dishes.

Miracle Noodles

This one company called Miracle noodle makes no carb noodles in all forms and shapes that are great.

 

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If anyone's hasn't had the spaghetti squash - it really tastes like noodles when sauced up!

the egg ideas sounds soooo good to me right now!  Never thought of that!  

 

I will add that if you can do rice - traditional pasta sauce and ground meat taste great on rice.  Melt a littl cheese on top.  I guess that's grain based......maybe cauliflower " rice"?  

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