This recipe is so simple and once you have read what it consists of it is pretty much self explanatory. I actually made this for lunch just by chucking a few things together, but it would definitely make a perfect starter at a dinner party.
I have used a spriralizer during this recipe which is a cool little gadget that turns vegetables into spirally noodles. This is originally a Japanese invention which makes so much sense, as I always used to be fascinated by all the shapes you find in Asian restaurants, especially the little carrot flowers (although my spiralizer can’t do carrot flowers, unfortunately).
If your thinking about getting a spiralizer, this is the one I have from >> Amazon <<, it is really sturdy, easy to clean and comes with 3 different blades.
I also love eating vegetables in there most natural state (raw) because they deliver far higher levels of nutrients to the body than cooked food, so I think this dish is a great balance between deliciously glazed and nutritiously nourishing.
Before I got a spiralizer I used a potato peeler which made lovely ribbons (just make sure you move around your courgette evenly).
I hope you like this recipe! I would love to see your recreations using #hopkinshealthyhome or @hopkinshealthyhome on Instagram.
Much L O V E