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Zucchini Noodles with Asian Ginger Almond Butter Dressing Recipe

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On our recent trip to Portland, I’ve been rather obsessed over clean eats – Buddha bowls, Kimchi Bowls, and zucchini noodles. I want to make something that is easy, doesn’t take a lot of time and will absolutely taste amazing. After all, bikini bodies are made in the kitchen. It’s 80% diet and 20% fitness/working out. I can go to all the Lagree and Spin and still not change a damn thing if I only eat junk! It’s all in the mindset.

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The first meal I made with my new toy was zucchini noodles with an Asian Ginger Almond Butter Dressing. I substituted peanut butter with almond butter not because I am fancy or anything. I just ran out of peanut butter at home. And you know what? It tastes pretty awesome. You can substitute either almond or peanut butter to your liking.

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This delicious simple salad noodle bowl is quilt free and hits the spot mid-day and post workout. I like it especially during lunch. I feel full and with enough energy to take on the day, yet I don’t have that nasty afternoon crash where I want to hit my head on the desk (or curl up and nap).

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Zucchini Noodles with Asian Ginger Almond Butter Dressing Recipe

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prep time: 10 mins


serves 2

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cook time: 5 minutes

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total time: 15 mins

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]The 15 minute meal cook time virtually requires no cooking. Simply wash your veggies, spiralize your zucchini and whip your ginger almond butter dressing together. Toss and eat.


Almond Butter Ginger Dressing:

1 tbsp sesame oil
3 tbsp almond butter (if you are peanut butter adverse, you can also use cashew or tahini)
1 tbsp organic honey (brown sugar if vegan)
1 tbsp soy sauce or tamari (what’s the diff? you can read up here)
1/2 tbsp of fresh grated ginger
5 cloves of garlic (minced)


Zucchini Noodle Bowl:
2 zucchini
handful of tomatoes
handful of nuts (almonds, walnuts, cashews)
a few springs of green onion diced
generous amount of cilantro (I love cilantro – heaps and heaps of them please!)



Sprial the zucchini thru the vegetable spiralizer
Put dry with paper towel remove excess water
Whisk all almond butter ginger dressing ingredients together: sesame oil, almond butter, honey, soy sauce, grated ginger, and garlic. Set aside.
Add sauce on the side of zucchini noodles in a serving bowl or fold into noodles before putting in serving bowl.
Top with fresh green onions, cilantro, cherry tomatoes and serve immediately.

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