Ready, steady, spiral

Susan Jane White’s ‘Extra Virgin Kitchen’ recipes don’t use sugar, dairy or wheat, and feature a gadget that makes ‘noodles’ from veg

 Using a spiraliser to make vegetable ‘noodles’

Using a spiraliser to make vegetable ‘noodles’


“I love spiralisers,” Susan Jane White writes in her first cookery book, The Extra Virgin Kitchen . “These dinky kitchen machines make you feel like Handy Manny in the kitchen. Instead of prepping pasta, you can grab a courgette, fix it to a spiraliser, and kaboom! Courgette spaghetti! And if you don’t fancy forking out for another kitchen gadget, you could use a potato peeler to scrape ribbons from the vegetables instead.”

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