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Pasta is one of the most frequently eaten things in the whole world. It's tasty, able to work with any ingredient and makes you feel full. Like always, there must be a downside. In the case of pasta, it's the immense amount of carbohydrates. For those wanting to lose weight, this may be a big obstacle. The bringer of the solution is none other than the spiralizer. This useful tool is just what every pasta lover needs. It works by turning vegetables into fake-noodles. You can put any vegetable into this machine and try out its magic. This is why every household should have a spiralizer. It's an essential tool that is both efficient and inexpensive. You can pre-spiralize your veggies and store them in the fridge. What would a utilitarian kitchen tool be without good recipes? That's why we've decided to compile the ten tastiest and most nutritious recipes out there.  

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Spinach and Goat Cheese Zucchini Spaghetti Frittata: 102.5 calories per serving

This frittata is the pinnacle of spiralizer usage. By spiralizing your zucchini, you will get noodles with an insanely crunchy texture. Zucchinis are sturdy and rigid, making an excellent veggie for the spiralizer to work on. When you're done spiralizing noodles, add the spinach and about 10 egg whites. While the eggs are cooking, you can sprinkle some goat cheese. After doing everything and the oven is open, you get a unique meal. Low in carbohydrates in calories and simple to make, this frittata is every man's dream.

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Roasted Butternut Squash Zucchini Pasta with Apricots and Wheat berries: 350 calories per serving

We've decided to stay with the trend of zucchini spiralized. They are too perfect not to be used in every possible way. Cook this meal in a hot oven. The baking doesn't only affect the taste. The action also amplifies the texture of the butternut squash and the zucchini. Kale, apricots, and wheat berries are there to amplify the already amazing taste. It may take a little time to make, but the result is pure perfection. An idiosyncratic meal in the form of a low-calories taste bud paradise.

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Teriyaki Zucchini Fried Noodles with Shrimp and Broccoli: 350 calories per serving

When you're growing older, takeout seems more and more pointless. You get enamored with cooking and have one goal in mind. That goal is to make your diet exciting. A good way to make it that way is to prepare food that tastes like takeout. Aside from the taste, it should have nothing in common. These Japanese-style Teriyaki noodles are one such choice. Onions, shrimps, garlic, peppers – there is nothing that doesn't fit this insane mixture. Instead of cashing out for plain old sushi, amaze everyone with this East Asian gastronomic adventure.

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Zucchini Spaghetti and Sriracha Fried Eggs: 330 calories per serving

Spaghetti is perhaps the most famous pasta in the whole wide world. This became a reality because it's used to fill up a meal greatly. Add anything, and its neutral taste won't mess up the meal. Zucchini spaghetti is a great spiralize version of the real thing. It's not only healthier, but it adds a unique flavor. This is a recipe that simply blows you away. It uses your average, everyday ingredients in a spectacular new way. The morning scrambled eggs breakfast is about to get a makeover.

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Greek Cucumber Pasta Salad: 293 calories per serving

A Greek salad is all about simple extravagance. It's made to be used in a hurry, without any preparation. The only thing you need is a trusty mixing bowl and strong hands for all the mixing. So, it's an excellent and exciting solution when guests come. With a spiralizer, you can make this Greek delicacy an even healthier one. Using Greek cucumbers, you set the base for an ideal nutritive meal. Give big spoons to everyone and let them dig in. You'll be a crowd favorite soon enough!

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Chicken Pho Zucchini Noodle Soup: 245 calories per serving

A spiralizer isn't good for solid food. By spiralizing a couple of zucchinis, you get a nutritive and healthy noodle soup. If veggies don't do the job for you alone, why don't you add some chicken breast? By pre-baking it, you ensure that your soup will get a unique taste. You can mix chicken breast with Spiralized zucchini noodles. This will give you an ideal post-workout meal. Sometimes, after a hard session, we don't feel like overeating. That's fine. In those cases, such low-calorie easy meals are the ideal choice.

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Spicy Ginger Scallion and Egg Drop Zucchini Noodle Bowl: 240 calories per serving

Feeling too tired to head to your favorite noodle bar? This is where a spiralize homemade noodle bowl comes in. It's an ideal for those long and boring weekday nights. By investing only 25 minutes for prep and cooking, you get a health bomb. You can also make it for your kids. This noodle bowl can cure their cold. It's so tasty they won't even mind trying it out. Zucchini noodles will be their favorite meal soon after, we guarantee.

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Baked Chicken and Kale Zucchini Pasta: 237 calories per serving

If you love meat too much, you don't have to give it away. Get rid of the regular pasta and replace it with, let's say zucchini pasta. To make your meal work, you must be like Van Gogh with his paintbrushes, subtle but effective. In order to do that, you need a good meat basis. The baked chicken will do the trick. Along with zucchini pasta and kale, it makes for a meal worthy of champions. If you weren't one before, this meal will take care of that.

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Tuna, Celery and Egg Spiralized Pasta Salad: 235 calories per serving

Fish is an easy, great meal basis for the most sensitive of stomachs. There is absolutely no mayonnaise in this tuna salad, which is a big plus. Many people shun these salads to the side because of the fat content in the mayo. Well, Greek yogurt proves to be a great alternative. Zucchini and cucumbers make the ideal combo for a perfect veggie salad. To do this, you can pre-spiralize them. With eggs, you get a great protein source.

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Shrimp, Chorizo, and Corn Saffron Zucchini Pasta: 224 calories per serving

Shrimps make the sort of an unorthodox for some, but they do the job excellently. By pairing their fishy taste with zucchini pasta, you get an ideal taste blend. Chorizo is also a strange choice, but this protein-jacked sausage will blow you away. Regular meat is not often seen mixed with shrimps, but here is a shock for your taste buds. Try it out and win people over.

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