Zucchini noodles


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I've heard to salt them, put them on a paper towel on a cookie sheet and "sweat" them for 20 minutes at 200 degrees in the oven. I have not tried that yet. So far, I've just eaten them raw. It makes for some watery pasta sauce, but I like it anyway. Someday, when I have more time, I'll try the sweating method.

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once you've "noodled" them, put them in a sieve or colander & chuck salt all over them. Then leave them over the sink or a bowl for 20-30 minutes. Then rinse the salt off & squeeze them dry between paper towels (don't wring them in a tea towel like i did once, or you end up with little tiny bits!). You don't have to get them totally dry, just get the excess water out. Then fry them in a dry frying pan (is that a skillet on that side of the pond? ;) ) for a couple of minutes, perhaps add a splash of olive oil towards the end if they start to stick. No more soggy noodles. Yummy. And thanks to "Well Fed" for the method!

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Maybe this isn't good for some reason but I'm super lazy so I just make the zoodles, squeeze out the water in paper towel, then wrap in fresh paper towels. Store it wrapped in the paper towels in a pyrex in the fridge. When ready to eat just numeric for a minute or 2. Love them!

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