Recipe Directions

1. In blender, briefly chop the garlic, cilantro, and jalapeño. Add the agave, lime juice, and sea salt. Blend to a liquid.

2. In a large bowl, combine the lime sauce with zoodles, carrots, cucumber, and mint.

3. Optional: Toss and sprinkle with peanuts or cashews.

Germin8's Thoughts

By germin8

A friend of ours made a cooked version of this dish and we really loved it, so we made a raw version of it.

This recipe is best made with thin zoodles, but if you don’t have a spirooli, you can use julienned zucchini. The mint must be fresh.

Optional: Cilantro. I think it tastes better without it or with a couple tablespoons.

Optional: Peanuts. I usually make mine without nuts.

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This sounds/looks really good, and I look forward to trying it! FYI: a mandoline slicer with the right blade works for making 'zoodles', too. Thanks for the recipe!

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beautiful and fresh looking! A must-try!!

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The mint and cilantro really brighten up the zoodles! I used raw, crushed almonds instead of peanuts. A quick and tasty dish!

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I loved the sauce for this recipe! So refreshing with a a nice punch of spice (but I did throw in a whole jalapeno, including the seeds).

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The mint and cilantro really brighten up the zoodles! I used raw, crushed almonds instead of peanuts. A quick and tasty dish!

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beautiful and fresh looking! A must-try!!

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This sounds/looks really good, and I look forward to trying it! FYI: a mandoline slicer with the right blade works for making 'zoodles', too. Thanks for the recipe!

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i really want try this one... thank you!

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