Recipe Directions

1. Place zucchini noodles in a bowl.
2. Blend tomatoes and celery in blender or food processor until smooth.
3. Add cilantro and mango to blender and pulse until almost smooth. I like it a little chunky.
4. Pour sauce over noodles. Garnish with other vegetables and greens.

Erin's Thoughts

Check out this and other low fat yummy recipes on my blog: www.the811recipespot.blogspot.com .
This sauce can be used as a salsa, soup, or salad dressing as well.

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Tweedle's Review

Tomato Mango Zucch-etti Sauce
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yes, I found this recipe on your blogspot blog and it's pretty awesome. I don't use the celery, because I find that when I blend celery up into things like that it just way overpowers all the other flavors. I would maybe try dicing up some celery and adding the pieces to the sauce of tomato and mango and cilantro.
But it's great without celery too! I really really enjoyed it bottom line, thanks for the recipe!

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Tried it just now. Even though mangoes arent in season yet, i had to try and it was good. Didnt have cilantro, so i put some fresh basil in and it made it fresh :) Thanx!

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joanna - I've had the same thing happen to me. However, when it's congealed the next day I just stir it up or put it back in the blender and it goes back to it's original consistency.

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i've made this before and it's all right. i noticed that it makes a ton of sauce and when i wanted it the next day, the sauce was all congealed.

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Thanks rawpretzela...glad you enjoyed!

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I just ate it and I loved it!! I didn't used the celery because yesterday I ate the last stalks, but sure I'll be doing this often.

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I'm doing this for lunch, can't wait! I will comment later and say how it went

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