5 New Ways to Use Your Spiralizer
There's a whole world out there beyond zoodles.
A Sweet Side
Sautéed apples are an underrated side dish; while they're a natural for pork, they're also delicious with chicken or sausage. Spiralizing the fruit (on the spaghetti or linguine setting) instead of slicing it makes for an even quicker cook time. Using this recipe as a guideline, brown your meat—bone-in pork chops or chicken thighs especially work well—and deglaze with a splash of wine. Remove the meat from the pan and add the apples (as well as onion, if you'd like) and a glug of stock; once the liquid is bubbling, return the meat to the skillet and continue cooking until it's done and the apples have turned into a soft and—thanks to the spiralizer—twirlable accompaniment.