Spicy peanut zucchini noodles with smoked tofu and cabbage dumplings. I had this for lunch today. I made the noodles in advance and then let them marinate in the fridge while I was at school. I made the noodles by slicing the zucchini with a regular peeler and then sliced those strips further with a paring knife. The sauce is equal parts sriracha and agave, cilantro, crushed peanuts and a little sesame oil. The tofu is just plain smoked tofu because really, does smoked tofu need anything? No, it’s awesome the way it is. The dumplings are just boiled and dressed with a little Braggs. Cutting these noodles was sooo frustrating I went onto Amazon and almost bought a spiralizer until I realized I was looking at the American price ($30, free shipping!) while the Canadian one was $50. Harumph.  

Spicy peanut zucchini noodles with smoked tofu and cabbage dumplings. I had this for lunch today. I made the noodles in advance and then let them marinate in the fridge while I was at school. I made the noodles by slicing the zucchini with a regular peeler and then sliced those strips further with a paring knife. The sauce is equal parts sriracha and agave, cilantro, crushed peanuts and a little sesame oil. The tofu is just plain smoked tofu because really, does smoked tofu need anything? No, it’s awesome the way it is. The dumplings are just boiled and dressed with a little Braggs. Cutting these noodles was sooo frustrating I went onto Amazon and almost bought a spiralizer until I realized I was looking at the American price ($30, free shipping!) while the Canadian one was $50. Harumph.  

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  3. etfeline said: I use a julienne peeler to make zucchini noodles. It works great for me! Zyliss is a good brand, and it’s only 7.99 on the Canadian Amazon site (without shipping though).
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