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Sweet Potato Noodles with Spinach & Feta

Sweet Potato Noodles with Spinach & Feta

I’ve been a fan of zoodles (noodles made of zucchini) for a while now. I started swapping out regular pasta for zucchini noodles about a year ago when Mike and I tried to skip carbs the entire month of September but still wanted to continue our Sunday tradition. Funny enough, I found it to be just as satisfying as a plate filled with normal spaghetti bolognese. For the past 12 months, I have been using a julienne peeler which worked fine but made the process of making zoodles just about as time consuming as baking a cake. In my opinion, that takes away the entire purpose of a non-fuss pasta meal. Yesterday, however, a professional Kenwood spiralizer finally made its way into our kitchen and guess what I’ve been doing since? Spiralizing, obviously! For breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is so easy to use (dishwasher safe!) and I am in love with how fast it is. Plus, the different cutting blades allow you to make anything from thin spaghetti to linguini and even tagliatelle. Fancy stuff! Last night we had zucchini & carrot linguini with pesto chicken, apple also works great in the spiral cutter and today’s lunch was so good, that I simply had to share the recipe with you guys! Sweet potato noodles with spinach & feta that will rock your world. Plus, the sweet potatoes make the dish super filling and satisfying, which is just what we need when the days are getting shorter and colder, right?

Kenwood Spiralizer Sweet Potato Noodles with Spinach & Feta Recipe | Bikinis & Passports


– 1 large sweet potato per person (about 250gr)
– 1 carrot
– 1 tsp coconut fat/oil for the pan
– 1 clove of garlic
– 1 small red onion
– salt/pepper
– handful of spinach
– 100 gr feta cheese
– chopped fresh parsley
**and of course a spiral cutter, like my Kenwood spiralizer.


Start by spiralizing the sweet potato and carrot – I used the thinner option for “spaghetti”. In a medium size pan, melt the coconut fat on medium to high heat. Finely chop the onion and garlic, add to pan and sauté. Next, add the (faux) noodles and also sauté for about 5-7 minutes. Add about 50ml of water to continue to cook the noodles. Once the water is more or less evaporated, add the spinach and cook with the noodles for about 2 minutes. Last but not least, season with salt and pepper to taste (you can also add some cayenne pepper for extra spice) and serve with fresh parsley and crumbled feta. Happy, healthy lunchin’!

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  • 8 years ago

    Ohh, das sieht so unfassbar lecker aus! Das Rezept werde ich mir definitiv abspeichern und nachkochen. Es geht doch nichts über Pasta, vor allem nicht über gesunde!

    Liebst, Seline

  • 8 years ago

    Ich liebe zoodles! So eine Maschine möchte ich unbedingt haben =D Zoodles aus Süß-Kartoffel hätte ich nie gedacht, schaut aber lecker aus!

    xoRosie // Rosie’s Life

  • 8 years ago

    Oh wow, das sieht unfassbar lecker aus. Hab mir das Rezept direkt gepinnt. 🙂

    Love, Kerstin

  • 8 years ago

    Das schaut so lecker aus und super schoene Bilder!

  • 8 years ago

    Wooow, das sieht ja wirklich super lecker aus und hört sich auch toll an, ich glaube, dass ich mir extra wegen dem einen spiralizer kaufe, weil das muss ich einfach probieren! Danke für die tolle Idee und Inspiration, freue mich schon, wenn ich es versuche!
    Mit liebsten Grüßen
    Sandra von

  • 8 years ago

    Mhhh, das sieht köstlich aus und ist irgendwie mal eine ganz andere Version von Zoodles 🙂

    Liebe Grüße
    Luisa |

  • 8 years ago

    Sieht super lecker aus! 🙂


  • 8 years ago

    Das sieht nicht nur mega lecker aus, sondern auch wunderschön angerichtet auf dem Teller.
    Der ist wirklich ein Traum.

    Liebe Grüsse

  • Laura
    8 years ago

    Ui, das sieht wirklich superlecker und farbenfroh aus! Mir würde aber wahrscheinlich eine Sauce fehlen 😀

    Lieben Gruß,
    Laura 🙂

  • 8 years ago

    schaut soooo lecker aus 🙂
    xo katy


  • 8 years ago

    Das sieht unheimlich lecker aus :)) Und endlich auch ein Gemüse-Nudel-Gericht, was ich mögen könnte… Ich bin nämlich kein Fan von Zucchini 😀

    Liebst, Seyma von Come as Carrot

  • Janine
    8 years ago

    Ich habe dein Rezept heute ausprobiert (nur ohne Blattspinat den hatte ich nicht da) und es war einfach sooo lecker! Mein Freund fand es auch super. Ich werde es bald nochmal mit Spinat machen 😉

    Liebe Grüße

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