Recipe Directions

  • 1. Add both kinds of tomatoes and the salt to your food processor. Pulse briefly to incorporate. (Do not over-process, it's nice to leave this raw recipe a bit chunky.) 5 seconds should do it.
  • 2. Add the walnuts, and pulse very briefly again. Perhaps 8 seconds will do it! You don't want to overprocess, since you want to leave the walnuts in a small, round texture -- similar to ground round or ground beef. (Sorry!)
  • 3. To make your noodles, peel your zucchini (remove outer green peel).
  • 4. Use a clean vegetable peeler (or a spirooli spiralizer if you have one) to slice zucchini into “noodles.”
  • 5. Assemble and enjoy!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

I love this version of raw spaghetti because it's so quick to make. The addition of the walnuts at the last minute give a lovely hearty texture without having to wait for dehydrated raw vegan meatballs.

Serve this with a fresh green salad for a satisfying meal that almost anyone will love -- raw or not.

Tip: Do not add the sauce to your noodles until you are ready to eat, because the sauce will cause your noodles to get soggy if combined too far in advance.

Tip: In order for this recipe to work well, you need to use sun-dried tomatoes that have already been soaked in oil for an extended period of time. (If you used dry sun-dried tomatoes, the sauce won't process well and it won't have the right consistency.)

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 83 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is low in Calories.
  • This recipe is an amazing source of Vitamin C.
  • This recipe is an excellent source of Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron, and Riboflavin.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Calcium, and Vitamin A.

Amounts per 395 g (14 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 380 15 %
Protein 14 g 24 %
Fat 27 g 34 %
Carbohydrates 31 g 9 %
Dietary Fiber 9 g 29 %
Calcium 112 mg 11 %
Iron 5 mg 38 %
Sodium 702 mg 31 %
Source: USDA

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Thank you! :)

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anitae's Review

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This is one of the most amazing tasting raw recipes I've ever tried! YUM, YUM, YUM!!! ♥

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Lovely! Rawmesian cheese... lol.

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😋 Will make a million more times.

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I made this for a 2nd time in a week. It's literally the best thing I've ever eaten. I used Wholefoods sun dried tomatoes in EVOO, and added some fresh basil, cayenne, smoked paprika, onion and garlic powder, with a little bit of tobasco sauce because I love a pasta sauce with a savory kick. I added some nooch to garnish as "parmesan". Can I just say that I'm still salivating and want 3rds and 4ths and wanna shout to the mountain tops about addicting this recipe is (ofcourse I made it my own but you laid the foundation). I can't wait to eat this a million more times. Thank you for this app! I appreciate you. Every recipe I've made has been a hit.

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O.M.G. This is so good! Rich, hearty, and such complex flavors! Your recipes continue to amaze. I am new to raw vegan and so grateful I found your site. It makes everything so much simpler. I was spending a ridiculous amount of time trying to figure out what to eat when before I stumbled onto the website and started the Raw Cleanse. Everything has been awesome.

BTW, I wasn't sure how to soak sun-dried tomatoes in oil so I looked up some direction that said to soak in warm water and a little vinegar for an hour. Then chop, add some garlic and some basil, then add extra-virgin olive oil and let sit overnight. So that's what I did and I dumped the whole thing into the food processor when it was time to make this.

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nataliel9418's Review

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I love zucchini noodles or "zoodles ". I do love tomatoes, however, I cannot eat them anymore because they are a nightshade plant. How can this recipe be modified for me?

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Eleanorrigby08's Review

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I made this recipe tonight, and it is delicious! I am excited to make it many more times as I tackle my raw challenge!

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bree_annaxox's Review

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I'm so glad that you enjoyed the spaghetti, Bree!

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Hi there this recipe looks great. Is it possible to replace the walnuts with cashews instead? Have you ever tried with cashews instead? (I'm allergic to walnuts!). Thanks x

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Hi Maryam! I like the idea of pecans instead of walnuts (better than cashews instead of walnuts). But my guess is that if you can't do walnuts you probably can't do pecans, since they are so similar!

My concern with cashews is that they are too creamy and oily and the texture is very finicky in this recipe, and so I am only comfortable authorizing pecans or walnuts! :)

xox

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AngG's Review

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I made this for lunch today and it was delicious! I didn't miss meat at all. I partnered it with a salad because it's the only way I eat traditional spaghetti. I'm on a raw food regime for a detox and looking to replace some meals with raw food on a regular basis and your site is so helpful and not overwhelming for beginners like myself so many out there. Truly appreciated!

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Ang, you are making me smile!

I'm so glad you enjoyed the spaghetti :) I really like this recipe too. I haven't made it in a while - you're inspiring ME now!

Nice job with your raw detox!! Much easier than a juice detox - I can't handle those. I need to chew and taste and have healthy desserts ;)

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mona4's Review

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This was Absolutely AMAZING!!! Seriously Delicious!!!
I used Whole Foods - 365 Organic Sundried Tomatoes in EVOO, it also had garlic, basil oregano, and rosemary. The final dish was just THE BEST!!! Thank YOU!!!! Getting back into being "raw" is a delight with your amazingly simple and delicious recipes!!

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Mona, I'm so glad you enjoyed the 5-minute spaghetti. It's one of my favorite savory dishes!

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ionet's Review

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This was pretty good. First time using zucchini noodles. We drizzled a little. Olive oil and adde some crushed garlic to the noodles. It never stood a chance. :)

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I'm glad it did the trick for you, Ionet! What's next on your raw radar? :)

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PJ's Review

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Great website! Nutritious, delicious fabulous food and fast, what more could one ask for. Thanks.
PS: Would soaking the nuts in all your recipes increase the nutritional content and also make them even easier to digest?

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Hi PJ!

Soaking the nuts (and then rinsing and drying) does make them easier to digest, because it removes the enzyme inhibitors. However, I caution you about using freshly soaked nuts in some recipes, because they can sometimes add excess moisture if they aren't dry when using.

The nutritional content would not be affected though - it would remain the same whether soaked or unsoaked.

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Taste Very Good. I didn't expect that

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I'm so glad that you enjoyed the spaghetti, Stephanie! Thanks for sharing your pic :)

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4744K3s3Yb's Review

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Hit the spot!! So so good!!! Will make again

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I'm so glad the spaghetti hit the spot for you, lovely.

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dasheemaj's Review

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The family enjoyed it I thought it was okay if you like walnuts you’ll love this recipe

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Jaziminemoore85 's Review

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Easy, quick and delicious meal! Enjoyed by all including my 17 month (used wheat pasta since he had no molars yet) and my pescatarian hubby! I highly recommend this recipe and will make this again. 😊

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I'm so glad that the 5-minute spaghetti suited your tastebuds and those of your diverse family. Husbands and 17mo's are not easy groups to please ;)

Nice work :)

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As a novice vegan looking into raw, I am politely confused by this recipe. For the full spaghetti experience I would be very inclined to add: fresh oregano, basil, dried black pepper, finely chopped scallion and perhaps a little garlic powder to the tomato 'sauce'. And of course garnish with fresh Italian parsley as shown in the photo. So is there something about a raw dish that precludes it from having fresh herbs or dried seasoning?

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