Monday, August 25, 2014

Zimtal Review



I have recently over the past two months have started with a new exercise regime and changing the way I eat. I have been attacking pinterest like crazy looking for healthier meals. I came across a dish that called for spaghetti squash. This is suppose to be similar to pasta without the carbs!
I found so many recipes  and I found another spaghetti squash one. It required some serious draining of the spaghetti squash. If you love potatoes and specifically hash brown you will love this!


This is a "hash brown" made from spaghetti squash. The kep point here is to dry out or squeeze the majority of the liquid out so you can get a crisp coating on your hash browns. 











After forking out the contents of my spaghetti squash and draining the majority of the liquid out, I made small patties. I made little rounds and added a little seasoning to them in a pan lightly sprays with a cooking spray. 
Here is the RESULT
1st one was not thoroughly drained and was a little soggy inside. 

The rest were yummy, crunchy and savory.
Delish and a perfect alternative to potatoes.





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