Recipe Directions

Seed one half of a medium butternut squash and remove the skin--either with a sturdy peeler or skin it with a knife. Then use a spiralizer or peeler to make noodles. Place the squash “noodles†in a mixing bowl, drizzle with olive oil, and add salt. Toss to coat and set aside.
In a small bowl combine shredded coconut, curry, chili, and ginger. Stir to mix. Add a splash of water and mash mixture with a spoon or fork.
Add coconut mixture and agave to the squash noodles. Toss with a fork to mix evenly.
Serve Curried Butternut Squash à la carte, or alongside a simple salad of romaine lettuce tossed with a sweet and sour dressing (olive oil, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, and agave).
Serves 2.
Delicious!!

FawnM's Thoughts

This is an easy raw food recipe--aside from peeling the squash--with big flavor. And the squash is surprisingly delicious [raw] tossed in a little olive oil and sea salt; the additional ingredients are an added bonus. This dish also satisfies cravings for salted crunchy foods, like tortilla or potato chips. And it’s nutritionally superior.
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We ended up grating the butternut in the processor. Didn't have the lentils though. Good and even better dehydrated into a yummy dried crackery snack. (The leftovers that is.)

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This would be so good with some nutritional yeast for a cheesy flare! Thanks for sharing!

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walkthespiral's Review

Curried Butternut "Noodles"
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When I saw this I was overjoyed! This recipe is well worth the effort to break down the Squash. I definitely think the ginger is super important. I went nuts and used Organic Coconut Juice to make it a little saucy-er

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