3 quick dinner ideas with courgetti

Whether making your own spiralized courgetti or using a ready made pack, we've thought of three simple, light and tasty suppers to cook courgette noodles in.

Spiralized courgettes make a lighter alternative to pasta and other high-carb foods, are quick to cook and are an easy way to get more of your five-a-day. Take a 250g pack of courgetti (or use homemade) and combine it with just three other ingredients to make a filling, low-calorie supper in no time.

Courgettes are such a versatile veg, you can serve them two ways in one salad for textural variation. Simply combine courgetti with sliced courgettes, olives and crumbly feta in a quick Greek-style salad. Or whip up a colourful and creamy tomato courgetti supper in less than five minutes by coating the noodles in a thick mascarpone and tomato sauce, then topping with fresh basil and crispy Parma ham slices. For another super-speedy meal, you can recreate classic aromatic Asian street food flavours in our easy laksa soup by heating courgetti in coconut milk with Thai green curry paste and ready-cooked prawns.

See the full recipes for Greek courgetti saladcreamy tomato courgetti and cheat's laksa.

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