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(Raw) Spaghetti Squash Pasta with Pesto Sauce

Posted on Jul 23, 2008 by in Main Dishes, raw foodism | 0 comments


The inspiration for my latest recipe comes from my fellow blogger friend Tina Su of Think Simple Now. Her blog offers easy to follow advice on finding clarity, productivity, motivation and happiness. I highly recommend you check it out!

Todays recipe is definitely something new to me. Raw Food! A raw food diet consists mainly of plant-based foods eaten either raw or heated to no more than 115 degrees. Experts say it can alleviate many conditions, from migraines to arthritis.

The squash is cut julienne style and the pesto is made from walnuts, fresh basil leaves, fresh garlic, a dash of sea salt and a splash of organic olive oil. That’s it! From beginning to end it will only take you about 15 minutes for a completely prepared, organic meal!

I used a Mandoline to create the spaghetti-like pasta from squash. After a little research on making pasta out of raw vegetables, I’ve discovered this neat little tool called the Spiral Slicer or “Spiralizer” that turns vegetables into Angel Hair pasta in seconds!

Watch and Learn!

Serves 2

(Raw) Spaghetti Squash Pasta with Pesto Sauce


Pesto Sauce
1 bunch of fresh basil leaves (2-3 cups)
1 cup walnuts
5 cloves fresh garlic
1 teaspoon sea salt
1/3 cup organic olive oil

Squash Spaghetti
2 cups squash, sliced julienne style


step1 Make the pesto sauce by chopping all the above ingredients in a food processor.

step2 Remove the skin from the squash using a vegetable peeler or chefs knife.

step3 Using a Mandoline or a Spiral Slicer, cut the squash julienne style.

Serve spaghetti squash in a bowl and top with pesto sauce!

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