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Asian 'Spag Bol'

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;”] I[/dropcap]magine coming home after a long day. You’re tired. You’re hungry. Then imagine having dinner waiting for you.

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Asian ‘Spag Bol’

Growing up spaghetti bolognese was one of my all time favourite meals. I can’t remember where I got the idea to give this old family favourite an Asian twist, but trust me, it’s just as delicious!

takes: 20 minutes
enough for: 2

2 large carrot (noodles)
450g (1lb) ground (minced) beef
2-4 tablespoons oyster or soy sauce
1-2 red chillies, sliced
2 green onions (shallots)

1. Scrub carrots and turn into ‘noodles’ using your spiralizer or shave into ribbons using a vegetable peeler or mandoline.

2. Heat a little oil in a frying pan or wok. Cook beef, stirring often until well browned. Add chilli and remove from the heat.

3. Add the sauce. Stir well and taste. Add more sauce if needed.

4. Toss in carrot noodles. Serve with green onion on top.

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lower carb / different noodles – use zucchini ‘noodles’ instead or cooked spqghetti squash. And use the soy sauce option.

carb lovers – use cooked rice or wheat noodles instead of carrot.

sugar-free – use soy sauce not oyster.

vegetarian / vegan – replace beef with crumbled tofu or cooked lentils.

extra flavour – add chopped garlic and/or ginger with the beef.

crunch – add a handful of roast cashews or peanuts (that’s what my Irishman does!)

Big love,
Jules x



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  • This was very crunchy carrot “spag bol”. The only thing you take care of is having a sharp knife to cut thin stripes of carrot.

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