The latest craze in healthy cooking is encouraging home cooks to put a spin on it! With a serving of spiralized zucchini noodles packing less than a quarter of the calories and carbs found in a serving of spaghetti, now pasta-lovers can enjoy their favorite dishes with a smile. And in Spiralize This! Martha Rose Shulman proves just how versatile spiralizers can be: from egg dishes to salads, pickles to gratins, tacos to desserts, this book includes recipes for meat-eaters and vegetarians, with approximately 30 percent vegan recipes. Martha draws on her expertise in vegetable-focused cooking and love of flavors from Mediterranean, Asian, and Latin cuisines to deliver 75 cravable recipes: warming soups and noodle bowls, like Phô with Turnip Noodles and Beets; hearty dishes like Brown Rice Bowls with Miso-Glazed Salmon; seasonal gems like Winter Squash Lasagna. The book features a beautiful full-color photo with every recipe and includes tips on how to use various spiralizers and how to store leftover vegetable noodles, ribbons, and rice. With the basics of spiralizing covered and the array of fresh, enticing dishes to try, this is the book that spiralizer fanatics have been waiting for.
About the Author
Martha Rose Shulman writes the popular recipe feature entitled “Recipes for Health” for the New York Times Food section and is the award-winning author of more than twenty-five cookbooks, including The Simple Art of Vegetarian Cooking,The Very Best of Recipes for Health, Mediterranean Harvest: Vegetarian Recipes from the World’s Healthiest Cuisine (named one of the six best vegetarian cookbooks of the last twenty-five years by Cooking Light), Mediterranean Light, Provençal Light, and Entertaining Light. Her food combines pleasure and health, drawing largely from the cuisines of the Mediterranean, inherently healthy cuisines with big flavors. Martha also works as a writing collaborator with chefs. She has coauthored two James Beard Award–winning cookbooks, The Secrets of Baking with pastry chef Sherry Yard and The Art of French Pastry with Jacquy Pfeiffer. She has also coauthored books with Wolfgang Puck, Dean Ornish, Mark Peel, Pati Jinich, and the Culinary Institute of America.
"Because Shulman's book makes a point of emphasizing the versatility of the spiralizer as a tool that'd be useful in any kitchen, it will be less dated as dietary trends go out of style...Inspiring if you're looking to do some spiralizing but don't know how to start incorporating it." —Food52