7 Days & 10 Ways with a KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment

Root Vegetable Nests Spiralizer recipe

Spiralizing is one of the most popular and creative culinary trends to hit the food scene in recent times. The KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment is the first spiralizer to take advantage of the power and hands-free operation of the stand mixer performing several functions at once including peeling, coring and slicing most vegetables and fruits.

This means that there is so much more to create with your KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment than just vegetable noodles!  See how you can be inspiralized all week long with the below recipe plan.


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Monday

Healthy and fulfilling - Root Vegetable Nests

Start the working week right with a delicious and nutrient packed breakfast. These root vegetable nests are the perfect way to use up the leftover vegetables from Sunday’s roast. Spiralize potato, beetroot, and sweet potato, mix the strands to form a nest, season with sea salt and cheddar cheese and then bake until golden. Serve with a poached egg and fresh chives. 

Tuesday

Two course treat - Sweet & Spicy Sweet Potatoes followed by Chicken Soup with Zucchini Noodles

Treat yourself to a two-course dinner on Tuesday night starting with sweet and spicy sweet potatoes served with garlic mayo. These sweet potato twists seasoned with butter, cayenne pepper, cumin and sea salts will have you licking your fingers! And that’s just the starter. Finish up your meal will a simple but flavoursome chicken soup featuring zucchini noodles effortlessly created with your Spiralizer.

Wednesday

Jump through hump day - Pear & Ricotta Toast

Whether it is served for breakfast or as an afternoon treat this indulgent pear and ricotta toast will get you through hump day! Use your Spiralizer to thinly slice a juicy pear whilst your sourdough bread browns itself in the toaster. Serve with a dollop of creamy ricotta and a drizzle of honey and you will be looking forward to every Wednesday!

Thursday

Add some spice - Spiralized Pepperoni Pizza

Finish Thursday with a picture perfect pepperoni pizza on a flavoursome herby tomato sauce base.  Get the kids involved to decorate the base with spirals of pepperoni and a medley of cheese. Bake until the cheese is melted and bubbly and crust is golden brown.  We are quite sure this pizza party will become a family favourite!

Friday

Time to entertain - Twisted Asparagus Wraps and Autumn Apple Sangria

The weekend has arrived and it’s time to let your hair down and spend some quality time with family and friends. Your guests will be impressed with asparagus wraps twisted with prosciutto and thin spirals of russet potato. This tasty canapé looks as though it’s straight from a restaurant kitchen. Ease into the weekend with the perfect tipple in the form of a refreshing Autumn Apple Sangria.

Saturday

Slow weekend morning - Spanish Tortilla Skillet

Have a sleep in and start your weekend right with a wholesome Spanish tortilla skillet. Featuring chorizo, garlic, baby kale and eggs you can make a skillet for the whole family or just keep it all for yourself. This is a recipe that you can keep coming back to each weekend as you change up the selection of vegetables that you choose to spiralize and slice each time.

Sunday

Feast with the family – Pork Cutlets Topped with Apple and Onion served with Sour Cream and Chive Domino Potatoes

Gather the family around the table for a lovely Sunday night dinner. Boneless pork chops are browned in a pan with a mixture of grained mustard, fresh thyme and white balsamic vinegar forming a flavoursome marinade. Top these tender pork chops off with thinly sliced pan fried apple and onion. To make your Sunday feast even more delightful, serve your pork chops with these scrumptious sour cream and chives domino potatoes!

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