- 1/4 cup dark soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon Sriracha sauce
- 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar (use honey for paleo)
- 1 teaspoon oil
- 1/4 cup minced onion
- 2 cloves garlic (minced)
- 2 zucchini (large, spiralized)
PER SERVING *
|Calories120Calories from Fat20|
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|Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Molly Wooders 19 days ago
Loved it,i would make it again. Not as a main meal, maybe with something else.
Suz 24 days ago
I love this recipe! Simple and delicious. A great way to use zucchini and keep the calories down.
Brandie M. 10 Sep
simple and delicious. will make again
Mulligan 4 Sep
I made this as a side for grilled tuna. Turned out to be great pairing I added sesame seeds.
Robin Brownson 31 Aug
Very easy. Very good.
Vicki Whitley 17 Jul
Fantastic noodle dish for this gf girl. I added some additional stir fry veg to make it a complete meal.
Kirsten Cone 29 Jun
Delicious. Simple and yummy.
J Melissa Mejia 28 Jun
Wow! This was great! I replaced the soy sauce for sesame seed oil, and was increíble. My boyfriend and my friend asked for more!
Alex 15 Jun
Really tasty, I enjoyed it and I’ll definitely make it again
Luna Jordan 14 Jun
delicious, easy dish to prepare! Sauce is wonderful, tastes like something you would order at a restaurant! Only difference is that zucchini noodles are a slightly different texture than regular noodles.
Poppy cock 6 Jun
Super Easy and fast after work dinner recipe. I would add more sriracha, just a personal preference. I also added Chinese five spice boneless tenderloin to complete it
Megyn 31 May
i wanted the sauce to be a little thicker
Tricia A. 28 May
Awesome for how simple it was! Added extra brown sugar because others said it was salty and I didn’t have dark soy sauce :)
Lambert 25 May
my spiralizer didn't perform well. noodles way to soggy. but sauce is good and will try it on ramen noodles next time.
Avneet 11 May
Very tasty! Used a little less soy sauce and added broccoli.
Deanna 7 May
I will definitely make this again. I mixed the zoodles with some stir fry noodles and it tasted great.
Gaby Winandy 7 May
Mine turned out a bit bitter, not sure why 🤔
Weneme Mc Stuffins 6 May
Very easy and fun to make !
Amy 1 May
Waaaaay too salty for my taste. I love the idea but would use a lot less soy sauce and work out something to add in to counter balance the salt. I added in a small amount of normal noodles to make it easier to introduce to the kids which worked well. I also added some beef strips the males on the house!
Khristy W. 26 Apr
very easy & pretty good
Mckayla 24 Apr
Amazing! You can taste the rich flavor
Owen White 19 Apr
Simple lightly saucy supper. The zucchini noodles are always a fun meal and everyone enjoyed the change. I used honey instead of brown sugar and tempeh with the onions and garlic. A few Bell peppers added color and a crisp juicy bite throughout the noodles.
Susan L. 16 Apr
Loved using the zoodles but super salty. Might adjust the soy sauce next time.
Ricardo Tovar 14 Apr
Delicious and easy to make. I'd add an extra 1/2 zucchini next time for the amount of sauce i got
Luichy Guzmán 10 Apr
Wife keeps asking for it!
Alice 9 Apr
Pretty good! I wish the sauce was a bit thicker though. The zucchini lets out a lot of liquid as it cooks. I’ll play around with it next time.
Macy 3 Apr
Added Teriyaki sauce, some more sriracha, and some crushed red pepper
DJ 30 Mar
Turned out great, needed more noodles than the recipe called for.
Maddie P. 28 Mar
amazing! a little salty but i really enjoyed it
Adam D. 24 Mar
Really easy and awesome recipe