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Ready In30 mins

A delicious way to bulk up a portion of pasta for a meal. Or enjoy as a green veggie to fill your plate.

Serving Size
Serves 4
Ingredients
6-8 large baby marrows
1 strip of lemon rind, cut with a vegetable peeler (optional)
125 ml frozen peas, rinsed
10 ml olive or canola oil
¼ tsp salt
lemon juice and black pepper to taste
30 ml chopped fresh mint or basil
Method

1. Using a vegetable peeler, cut long, thin slices of baby marrows. Cut these slices into thick ‘noodles’.
2. Heat a pot with 1-2 cups (250-500 ml)
water and bring to a boil. Add baby marrows and lemon rind and simmer with a lid for 3 minutes or until just cooked. Add peas and simmer for 1 minute. Drain well. Return veggies to the pot.
3. Add oil and salt and season with lemon juice and pepper. Toss through with the herbs and serve immediately.

Serve this side dish as one of the veggies that can fill half your plate. Or stir into pasta, to bulk it up, without eating too much carbs. Mince will be delicious on this or a portion of any meat or fish of your choice. A tomato salad or fruit will complement this.

Tip:

1. If preferred, stir 1 slice of feta into the baby marrows, but leave out the salt. Or sprinkle with roasted sunflower seeds for a crunch.

This recipe is in Cooking from the heart 3. Download PDF recipe book here.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size Serves 4

Ingredients

Serving Size
 Serves 4
Ingredients
 6-8 large baby marrows
 1 strip of lemon rind, cut with a vegetable peeler (optional)
 125 ml frozen peas, rinsed
 10 ml olive or canola oil
 ¼ tsp salt
 lemon juice and black pepper to taste
 30 ml chopped fresh mint or basil

Directions

Method
1

1. Using a vegetable peeler, cut long, thin slices of baby marrows. Cut these slices into thick ‘noodles’.
2. Heat a pot with 1-2 cups (250-500 ml)
water and bring to a boil. Add baby marrows and lemon rind and simmer with a lid for 3 minutes or until just cooked. Add peas and simmer for 1 minute. Drain well. Return veggies to the pot.
3. Add oil and salt and season with lemon juice and pepper. Toss through with the herbs and serve immediately.

Serve this side dish as one of the veggies that can fill half your plate. Or stir into pasta, to bulk it up, without eating too much carbs. Mince will be delicious on this or a portion of any meat or fish of your choice. A tomato salad or fruit will complement this.

2

Tip:

1. If preferred, stir 1 slice of feta into the baby marrows, but leave out the salt. Or sprinkle with roasted sunflower seeds for a crunch.

3

This recipe is in Cooking from the heart 3. Download PDF recipe book here.

Baby marrow noodles