How to Use Scraps from Spiralized Vegetables in 5 Delicious Ways
Whirl the nubs in a food processor and mix them into eggs for a vibrantly speckled veggie quiche.
Chop those zucchini bits to be slightly more spoon-size, and you have the perfect addition to a nice minestrone. Drop in during last 5 minutes of cooking.
Must Try: Our Winter Vegetable Minestrone Soup
This is the ultimate way to disguise their nubby origin. Plate up some smooth sweet potatoes with a nice piece of pork or chicken. Turn beets into a vinaigrette for an arugula and goat cheese salad.
Try Our Recipe: Pork Tenderloin With Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Alternatively, embrace the weirdo shape and serve them up with the last of that ranch dressing or hummus.
Related Recipe: Layered Hummus Dip
If you’ve spiralized carrots, throw the nubs in a freezer bag and use them with onion and celery scraps for a versatile broth.
Make our Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with homemade stock.