Uni Ikura Zoodles

A group of my work pals have been on a very inspiring #healthyliving kick lately; we’ve been encouraging each other with workouts and clean eats.  Everyone got Spiralizers, and I hopped on the bandwagon.  The following are the steps for my easy first zoodle meal (zoodle = zucchini noodle).  It literally takes 15 minutes to prepare.  I’m also a wizard.

  • Spiralize 1 zucchini (honestly, I wanted to do this recipe with a sweet potato, but couldn’t be bothered to look that hard for sweet potatoes at the grocery store. next time.)
  • In a medium-sized pan, sautée 3 cloves of coarsely chopped garlic in 1 tbsp of olive oil.
  • Add a handful of enoki mushrooms (after having chopped off the ends, washed, and loosely separated them).
  • MIX IT UP (for like 45 seconds).
  • Combine 3 tbsps of seaweed flakes with 1 tsp of roasted seasame seeds and 1/2 tsp of wasabi powder (+/- to taste).
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Throw in your zoodles and cook for an additional 90 seconds or to desired zoodle-texture.
  • Top with fresh sea urchin and garnish with fresh salmon roe.
    • It looks very pretty plated with the sea-friends on top, though next time I think I’ll blend up the sea urchin and spices and toss with the ikura to get better zoodle-coverage…I mean who am I trying to impress anyway, right?

Bon Appétit!

xx, Huckleberry Kim

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