Spring is making progress every day and, honestly, next to Summer, winter, and not to mention fall, it is my favorite time of year. Seems like I cannot make up my mind? True, I love all the seasons for their various foods, the feelings they bring and especially the different light.
For my food photography I prefer the days with lots of natural light and I think you can see right here, how well the green stands out - almost unreal. This is because the recipe is entirely raw, apart from the noodles themselves. But if you like, you could make zucchini noodles with a spiral cutter for a carb-free, gluten free, vegan dish that will satisfy your appetite and nourish your body with essential vitamins, minerals and enzymes.
1 organic zucchini
60 gr organic spinach, washed
1 avocado, peeled and pitted
1/2 cup pine nuts
1 tsp fermented garlic
2 tsp lemon juice
1/3 cup organic olive oil, NOAN
All of the above goes into a blender and the amount of water you add depends on the consistency of the sugo. I used 1 cup maximum or less. When I asked my friend Birgit if she wanted some of the sugo and sent her the photo she said I WANT IT PLEEEEASE ! It is so delicious ! So ask her please or try it yourself it is easy to make and a sure success. Pour the sugo over cooked and drained fresh pasta and serve, drizzled with olive oil and with some pine nuts on top.