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Doesn’t this just sound so cozy and delicious?

Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake | @hbharvest

Today I am sharing an amazing recipe from my friend Ali‘s cookbook. Some of you may already be familiar with Ali’s blog and book, both are aptly named Inspiralized, and honestly, this book is the best! So creative and filled to the brim with healthy yet satisfying recipes. Like if you are looking for new ways to use up all those end of summer veggies, this is your book! You will see veggies in a whole new light.

No joke.

You need this book in your life.

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Growing up, one of my favorite dishes my dad would make us was a broccoli cheddar and rice dish. It was always so comforting, it’s still the best. So when I saw the recipe for chicken and broccoli skillet bake with not only cheddar, but havarti too, I was sold. Done and done.

Here’s the really cool thing about this recipe, not only does it use the broccoli florets, but it also uses the stems. I cannot tell you how many broccoli stems I have thrown out over the years. It turns out that the stems are actually really delicious! What Ali does is to spiralize the broccoli stems into pasta, yes, pasta!! I mean, how fun is that?!?

Aside from being fun, spiralizing the broccoli also breaks down the stems into a much smaller form making them far tastier and easy to chomp on. And when mixed with the broccoli florets, chicken and cheese? It’s the perfect light and healthy dinner for any time of the year.


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If you’re looking to make the dish a little heartier, I highly recommend mixing in some quinoa or white or brown rice. There’s just something I LOVE so much about rice with broccoli and cheese.

Ali also recommends adding a sweet potato to the mix, which I also think would be so great! Totally trying that next time!

Adding a few hard boiled eggs at the end is something my dad would always do with his dish. Hard boiled, fried or poached would all work. Totally one of my favorite things to this day!

One of best parts about this recipe is how quick and easy it is to make. Just a handful of simple ingredients and a skillet. Perfect for busy weeknights and SO perfect for these cooler nights some of you might be starting to experience? Or maybe not… my point is that this is healthy comfort food at its best, so it’s perfect for one of those first cooler days of fall…can you feel my excitement that fall is almost here?

Major fall thoughts on the brain!

Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake | @hbharvest

And speaking of fall, I’m pretty sure I met my new best favorite person ever on Tuesday. See, I was having this little video shoot (no big deal or anything, but… you guys might just be getting a barn video tour coming your way soon…) and I met the kindest women ever. I mean, everyone who came on Tuesday was incredibly kind and I fell in love with them all, but MC? MC shared my love of fall, Halloween and all the holidays (but Halloween the most…that’s MC’s all-time favorite holiday!). I’m quite positive I could talk with her for hours and hours and we would have the BEST time. She also just puts you in a happy mood… Love That!

Every single one of the women who came up for this shoot were so incredibly kind. I cannot wait to share a bit more about the day with you guys. And um, those final barn photos you all have been waiting so patiently for…definitely coming soon!

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Ok, but back to this chicken and broccoli skillet bake.

Ali has kindly offered to give one reader a copy of her book and a brand new spiralizer! I know, isn’t she just the nicest? Here’s the deal, if you want a chance to win a copy of the book and a brand new spiralizer, simply leave a comment on today’s post answering this question:

What is one recipe you are dying to try that involves spiralized veggies?

And that’s it, then you will be entered! I will email the winner in a week! Until then, everyone should be making this recipe for dinner ASAP.

Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake | @hbharvest

Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake | @hbharvest

Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings: 4 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 466 kcal

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  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 pound boneless chicken diced
  • salt + pepper to taste
  • 2 in large broccoli heads florets removed, stems spiralized noodles
  • 2 cloves garlic minced or grated
  • 1/2 cup diced white onion
  • 1/2 cup low-sodium chicken broth
  • 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1/4 teaspoon dried parsley
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup shredded havarti cheese


  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Place an oven safe 12-inch skillet over medium heat and add 1 tablespoon olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the chicken and season with salt + pepper. Cook for 3-5 minutes, stirring once or twice until the chicken is browned and cooked through. Remove the chicken + any juice from the skillet and add to a plate.
  • Bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Add the broccoli florets and the broccoli noodles, cook until the florets are tender, about 2-3 minutes. Drain.
  • Using the same skillet from the chicken, heat the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil over medium-high heat. When the oil is hot, add the garlic and onion, cook for 5-8 minutes or until the onion is very soft. Whisk in the chicken broth and stir until the mixture thickens, about 2 minutes. Add the thyme, parsley and onion powder. Stir the cooked chicken and the broccoli florets + noodles into the mix and toss to combine. Remove from the heat and sprinkle the cheese overtop.
  • Cover with foil and bake for 25 minutes or until the cheese is melted and bubbling. Remove the foil and broil until the cheese is lightly brown, about 1-2 minutes. Serve!


*To make this dish a little heartier, I love adding white or brown rice or even quinoa to the mix. I also LOVE topping this dish with eggs. Fried, poached or hard boiled will all work *Recipe from the [Inspiralized Cookbook |] by Ali Maffucci.
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  1. I’m sure everyone else is smarter about this but I did try adding the rice and added a little extra stock too. Ended up with crispy rice grains all in the final product. I’m a little sad about it but again, probably just user error. So make sure to add extra liquid if adding rice (or maybe add just a pinch of rice).

  2. 5 stars
    Loved it! Spiralizer and my broccoli stems were not getting along, so I just sliced them and threw them in the pot. Love having a broccoli cheese recipe that isn’t weighed down in butter and cream!

    1. Hey Debbie,
      Awesome! Thanks a lot for making this recipe and sharing your feedback. I’m glad it was enjoyed! xTieghan

  3. I would LOVE to use my spiralizer for anything great. I love to cook & create!
    I cannot wait to make this recipe🙌

  4. Hooray;……I’ve been looking for a recipe to make pop tarts. Looking forward to baking them, I will have to change them a little to lactose free ingredients but I have to do that with lots of recipes. And the broccoli recipe is going to be wonderful too.

    1. Perfect!! I hope you love this and the recipe for the pop tarts! Please let me know how they turn out for you, Wanda! Thanks! xTieghan

  5. This recipe had good flavor, but when I added the chicken broth and whisked, it never thickened. Was there suppose to be flour or some sort of thickening ingredient at that step as well? It was still delicious, but a little soupy…

    1. Hey Laura, No flour is needed, try just simmer the sauce a little longer until thickened. Sorry for the trouble! Glad you enjoy this though. 🙂

  6. I have been wanting to try the spiraling spaghetti zucchini. Now, I want to try this one! I have been put, on a low cal diet and this recipe fits the bill! I have been eating fresh veggie soups all week. Thanks for posting this recipe!!!

  7. I tried spaghetti squash for the first time this weekend and loved it. I know I would enjoy Inspiralized zucchini noodles, and combining them with broccoli, chicken and cheeze sounds mouthwatering. I’m in!

  8. I dont know how i get here lol but i just love your blog!! i want to try this receipe as soon my new inspirilized get home 🙂 ( I just order one)

    Thx for sharing!!

  9. Looks yummy! My sister told me about a Korean dish with spiralized sweet potato noodles. I’d love to try making something like that!

  10. Oh this recipe not only sounds good but looks fabulous. I really want to try making noodles with broccoli stems so I can try this recipe of Chicken and Broccoli Skillet Bake and other recipes with broccoli noodles. I just love broccoli.

  11. Spiralizing is the best! I tried spiralizing sweet potatoes and it was so successful! Zucchini noodles are still my favorite 😀 this looks great!

  12. To be honest, without seeing the book and the recipes within, I would have to say I am literally dying to try this chicken and broccoli skillet bake! My family eats a LOT of chicken and we LOVE broccoli. It is hard coming up with new ways to eat healthy and I think this recipe pretty much nails it! I need this Inspiralizer and book!!!!! I am curious to see what (if any) dessert style recipes are within as well!! I seriously need this set in my life!!!

  13. What an amazing recipe. Can’t wait to try it. Just started using my spiralizer, got one for my daughter-in-ale too. Thank you for your inspiration!

  14. After reading this recipe I think I am really excited to make is using a Spiralizer. I also love the recipes I see with the zucchini spiralized pasta.

  15. If found SALMON BURGERS WITH KOHLRABI NOODLE AND FLAXSEED CAESAR SALAD on Ali’s blog for Sept 1. I would love to try this and the chicken broccoli recipe from today’s Half Baked Harvest.

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  17. I have really wanted to try a spiralizer! I have a lot recipes in mind, but one I can’t wait to made is a cilantro lime chicken with zucchini noodles. And this one 🙂

  18. As fall approaches, it gets me excited for root veggies! But I now have a 10 month old and sometimes the chunks can be a bit hard to chew (especially with so few teeth). I would love to use a spiralizer to integrate more raw veggies in his diet. We do a lot of cooked ones, but I think the spiralizer could help us eat more raw salads as a family. I’m particularly excited to try a beet salad, because it’s a fun color and has such a great earthy flavor (plus is makes diaper changes really interesting). I would make a beet, apple, walnut salad with a vinaigrette.

  19. I have never spiralized! I would love to try spiralized anything- but how about a “SPICED SPIRALIZED SOUP” with a mix of spiralized veggies and spices? I am inspired to find a spiralizer!!

  20. I want to try this recipe!! wow! totally reminds me of a favorite childhood dish!! But I would try ANY of her recipes… they all look amazing and delicious! Would love to try spiralizing beets some time- look so pretty 😉

  21. I am dying to try a dish with spiralized jicama! I really can’t wait to try that out. There are so many wonderful foods that can’t be spiralized. Its really made me excited to cook lately. Also spiralized plantains! But I love your idea of broccoli stalks. Yum!

  22. Yum! Dying to try spiral zucchini after a Denver friend shared a huge zucchini with us. Hope to spiral half & grill zucchini patties with roasted garlic.

  23. i spiralize zuchinni and sweet potatoes (baked like fries) but need to branch out.

    I would love to try a spiralized beet recipe. I have not found a way yet that I love beets (I will tolerate them) so hoping boodles (beet noodles – see what I did there ;)!) will win me over

  24. so I made this tonight and SO GOOD. But if like to remake it with the spiral user. I tried using the bo bo piece I bought off of amazon and it couldn’t handle the broccoli stalks AT ALL. used egg noodles instead (insert monkey with his hands over his mouth emoji here).

  25. My Dad too made something like his Broccoli Cheddar and Rice Dish. It’s similar to that except, it has lots of potatoes in it. Every time he makes it again, I fall in love with the smell and those beautiful memories. Oh, and I love the warm feeling your pictures give to the dish. It’s truly beautiful!

  26. This looks so delicious! Perfect for healthy comfort food and easy too. 🙂 I have been dying to try roasted beet and carrot noodles with goat cheese and candied pecans! I think it would be fantastic for fall coming up right around the corner. ?

  27. This looks so delicious and perfect for fall. I would love to try Ali’s zucchini noodle Cobb salad for lunch, such a creative idea to swap “noodles” for lettuce!

    Also — your photography is gorgeous, I always admire it on instagram! Thanks for sharing.

  28. I would love to make this recipe with sweet potatoes and a poached/fried egg on top. This would make an awesome fall dish!

  29. I need to take the plunge and start inspiralizing! The first recipe I try would be a raw spiralized beet salad, add some late summer tomato, avocado, goat cheese and hazelnuts.

  30. I want to try butternut mac and cheese. I have the cheap little spiralizer, sure would like the grand one, and I am making believers every time I cook.

  31. My husband’s favorite childhood meal is broccoli / rice casserole. I’m interested in trying your recipe as a healthier version. I would use a spiralizer for this, and I would also like to try to spiralize kohlrabi for my dad because he’s obsessed!

  32. Looks so good! Great for the crazy busy life I have as a young person in school.
    I am dying to try spiralized carrots with a tomato cream sauce and fresh basil.
    Thanks for all the good recipes Teighan!

  33. I don’t have a spiralizer yet but I’m going to try out this recipe tonight- the fun spiral veg, would love to win a spiralizer but if not, I’m getting one anyway! Thanks for the fabulous recipes, Traci

  34. This sounds like a killer recipe. I will definitely try it soon. And of course this is the recipe that I want to try using spiralized veggies!

  35. The recipe I’ve been eager to try spiralized zucchini pasta- using a cheese grater just doesn’t cut it! Awesome post – I sent it to my broccoli-loving boyfriend and we’re going to make it as soon as the weather cools down!

  36. I’ve been wanting to try sweet potato noodles with a red pepper cream sauce. It sounds delicious, and I love peppers and sweet potatoes! I just need a spiralizer. : )

  37. I would love to make this dish, but especially interested in sweet potato “pasta” dishes – like the vegan sweet potato dish with cashew cream from Pinch of Yum!

  38. I’m a huge fan of spiralizing already but I’d love to get more ideas for using my spiralized veggies to make delicious, healthy dinners for my entire family!

  39. A spiralizer and Ali’s cookbook is at the top of my Christmas list! (a bit early maybe…?) I would love to try the chicken tikka masala with butternut squash fettuccine– looks and sounds delish!!

  40. Oh I’d absolutely love to make some roasted sweet potato shoe string “fries” and chicken lemon zoodles!!!!! Fall comfort foods!

  41. I am actually dying to try spirialized broccoli! THIS SOUNDS AMAZING…I think I could definitely get my husband on board too!

    I am trying to take solid comfort food dishes healthier but still hitting the spot without it being so heavy you can’t eat. I started with cauliflower and I have been dying to get on the spirializer bandwagon!!!

  42. I have been wanting a spiralizer forever!! The first thing I want to make is Thai peanut noodles with sweet potatoes. This recipe looks pretty delicious too!

  43. This is my first time reading this blog and love the post, will definitely start following! I’ve recently started spiralizing but the gadget I have isn’t very high quality, would LOVE to get my hands on the actual Inspiralizer!! I’m dying to try spiralized sweet potato buns!

  44. This looks SO good! An updated healthier version of a casserole that my mom used to make which is a total comfort food.

    I would love an Inspiralizer as I’ve been wanting to take the plunge to get one for some time, especially to try the goat cheese panzanella salad with spiralized cucumbers!

  45. I’d love to try my hand at a spiralized vegan version of mac and cheese. This recipe might be a good starting point!

  46. I am so excited to make curly sweet potato fries and pesto zucchini noodle pasta! I’ve been storing up a list of creative meals for when I get my own spiralizer, can’t wait! 🙂

  47. I would like to try any recipe calling for butternut squash, because I picked up a beautiful one yesterday! I have been eyeing up Ali’s Thick Bacon, Kale and Goat Cheese Butternut Squash “Fettucine” on her website for awhile, so that is likely what I’ll be giving a go. Wish me luck! 🙂 Can’t wait to spend more time browsing your blog!

  48. I want to make this!! There is a dish that uses spiralized sweet potatoes on Ali’s blog that I am dying to try!

  49. I can’t think of one particular recipe, but we make zoodles all the time, and it’s pretty much always me making them. I’ve really wanted to try the Inspiralizer, though! We most of the time use the zoodles for my cousins vegetable Bolognese recipe, although I prefer our cauliflower Alfredo rendition. 😀 I am excited to try some of Ali’s recipes from her book!

  50. I’d really love to try chicken “noodle” soup with zucchini and heirloom carrot noodles, a new healthy twist on comfort food. I’ve just started Whole30 and I have to get past my old ideas of what vegetables should look like on my plate. Before your chicken and broccoli skillet bake, I’d have never suspected that broccoli stems could be so lovely and appetite inducing. The Inspiralizer is amazing for putting a new twist on vegetables I never thought twice about. I would be thrilled to win an Inspiralizer and Ali’s cookbook so I could get started on making all of those droolworthy recipes–I might even be able to sneak some vegetables onto my husband’s plate (he has multiple food allergies that make eating healthy more difficult).

  51. Ever since I ran across Ali’s page I’ve been a spiralizer! Unfortunately I only have a dinky one that doesn’t let me experiment with vegetables other than zucchini so I would love to be able to spiralize larger and different shaped vegetables. The first recipe I would love to try out is the teriyaki chicken and broccoli with butternut squash “rice!”

  52. I love how you used the spiralized veggies in a bake, Tieghan! Very unique 😀 Personally I’m dying to try out sweet potato noodles but I just haven’t gotten around to it yet!

  53. Having grown up vegetarian, I’m always looking for new ways to eat my vegetables!
    As autumn fast approaches I’m inspiralized to make Ali’s Zuccini Noodle Pad Thai for some of that warm and hearty comfort food.
    Love your blog and keep on posting!

  54. I am dying to try zucchini and carrot noodles with a slight heat to soften them! I have a low quality spiraling tool that doesn’t make the noodle perfectly round, but more flat. Can’t wait to get my hands on an actual Inspiralizer!

  55. Yum! I would love to start spiralizing! I would make zucchini noodles with shrimp scampi and cherry tomatoes 😀

  56. I am new to the concept of spiralizing, so I am all about learning and trying ALL recipes! I recently discovered a recipe for spiralized sweet potato noodles with linguica and spinach… I am hoping to try it soon! 🙂

  57. I so want to try any recipe with zoodles! I am thinking of getting a julienne peeler but this spiralizer would be much more fun!

  58. I love your and Ali’s recipes, so this is incredible, Tieghan!! And don’t get me started on your photos, Tieghan. They are incredible. As for the giveaway entry, I think I would like to try THIS recipe! I’ve inspiralized many veggies, but have never tried broccoli, which is one of my favorite vegetables. My husband isn’t a huge broccoli fan, but I think I might make him a fan with this one. On a side note: we just moved back to NYC after 15 years of being away, and a new recipe book and an inspiralized would be a great addition to our new little kitchen space. 🙂

  59. Oh, please. I am now to the point where I cook your recipes several nights a week. I could use a spiralizer on almost all of them. Yours is my absolute favorite blog. I want to spiralize all the zucchini in my yard!

  60. This looks delish! I need to get into spiralizing ASAP!!! I would love a recipe for a healthier Udon noodle or Raman soup…. also a twist on potato/sweet potatoes pancakes (latkes!) for Hanukkah!

  61. Other than this delicious-sounding recipe, of course! I’ve been aching to try sweet potato noodles because that sounds like it would be so dreamy and amazing. Yum!
    xx Sydney

  62. I love the idea of spiralizing broccoli stems! I always try cooming them with the florets, but then thry take longer and my husband won’t eat then because he’s pickier than me ?
    I would love to spiralize basically any veggie and sub it for pasta/rice- my tiny handheld can only handle carrots and skinny zucchini! One recipe I want to try is Ali’s spiralized sweet potato buns! ?

  63. A recipe I am DYING to try with the spiralizer is to spiralize EGGPLANT! I’ve found sliced eggplant to be very dull and soggy so I’m hoping a new texture with the spiralized vegetable will be exiting in place of pastas for my Pasta with Pignoli’s or Bolognese Sauce. Yummmm… I also would love to try the Sweet Potato noodle Buns- they look delicious!

    I’m new to your blog but the recipes you post look amazing! Cannot wait to give some of them a try.


  64. This looks SO delicious and nutritious!

    I’ve never made a recipe with spiralized anything, so I don’t even know how to answer this question! Therefore, my answer is THIS recipe because your recipes haven’t failed me yet!!

  65. My daughter has been raving about spiralizing veggies and I so want to try it. I already make a chicken/broccoli bake but this one looks a lot tastier with the spiralized stems and Havarti. I have to try this recipe!

  66. This recipe looks delicious! I’d love to try a sprialized beet recipe for a salad. It’s such a gorgeous pop of color mixed in with the greens.

  67. I want to try this recipe! It looks delish!! I also would like to try tomato sauce with meatballs over a spiralized veggie.

  68. I am new to the spiralizing world (but I don’t currently own one) and I’m so glad I stumbled across your blog (it’s been bookmarked!). I have only done the basics with zucchini but this opened my eyes to so many new ides, like broccoli! I would have never guessed!! I would obviously love to try this recipe but I’m also very curious about one with a potato of some kind or maybe even eggplant.

    Fingers crossed that I am the lucky winner!

  69. This recipe – I need this in my life right now. I have actually been dying to try Ali’s spiralized potato noodles…she puts fried eggs on them and OMG. Need her cookbook!

  70. I have tried spiralizing a few different veggies but not broccoli yet so I am excited to try that with sweet potato or squash now that fall is quickly approaching. I am lactose intolerant though so I can’t make this dish exactly but I love to find creative ways to modify recipes to suit my diet. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  71. Spiralized eggplant!!! Is that possible? I’d love to do try that to create a version of moussaka. Mmmm…
    That chicken and broccoli dish looks amazing!

  72. This looks so delicious! It’s an elevated version of such a classic and warm casserole. I’d definitely use your recommendation and add some quinoa or rice. Perfect Fall meal I can’t wait to try!

    As far as a spiralized dish I’d love to try… I’m sure most people of heard of the ramen noodle burger bun craze, but I recently saw someone use spiralized sweet potatoes to make a burger bun! Mmmm, that sounds delicious! It’s like the classic combination of putting fries on your burger, you can’t beat that!

  73. Tieghan, I love the work you do with this blog. I work with a small group of foodies, and for staff meetings we usually bring in a covered dish. You’re totally my go-to source, and I’m slowly getting everyone else on the Half Baked Harvest train. Keep up the good work!

    I’ve been wanting to try a recipe from Food Faith Fitness that uses spiralized sweet potato. It’s coconut curry with sweet potato noodles. My aim is to get my boyfriend away from traditional pasta and milk those vegetables for all the nutrients I can.

  74. Oh man, is it cheating to say that I’d most like to make THIS dish with a spiralizer? I would also love to do something cold with sesame and other Asian flavors–it would be so fresh tasting!

  75. I checked out Ali’s book from my library and it truly was so inspiring!! So many ways of using spiralized veggies I’d not thought of before, so many genius recipes…but the one I am most anxious to try is her Spicy Jicama Strings. For some reason, I’d never thought of spiralizing jicama before!! But now I’m eagerly looking for a place to fit it in on the menu. 🙂

  76. I recently bought a spiralizer and I am lovingggg it! I am Italian and a HUGE pasta eater, but trying to enjoy pasta all the time has its drawbacks (i.e. SO many carbs! Grrr). But I am dying to try some more Italian inspired recipes using noodles instead of pasta! Anything with a nice tomato sauce or pancetta would be amazing.

  77. I want to try a veggie salad. I mean literally no recipe needed (really) just spiralize every veggie I live in a big bowl and just go at it. I am in love with the farmers market and I try really hard to grow my own veggies. My favorite is literally just cutting everything up and mixing together with some type of homemade dressing and just enjoying a the flavored and freshness. However, I am huge on presentation and this would make everything so lovely! When hearing about this from a friend that knows Ali I’ve wanted one ever since. I would love to add this to our kitchen as we are soon to be newlyweds.

  78. What an awesome blog! I would love to try making a good hearty ramen dish, making veggie burgers, or incorporating spiralized veggies into a fall salad. My mouth is watering just thinking about it! Thank you for the giveaway!

  79. I want to try spiralized sweet potato – Inspiralized’s pumpkin sweet potato risotto with goat cheese looks amazing!

  80. What is one recipe you are dying to try that involves spiralized veggies?

    A spiralized sweet potato southwestern casserole.

  81. That looks amazing. I’ve actually wanted to spiralize broccoli for a broccoli cheese soup. I think it would be so yum. Also would love to create a spiralized pizza, where all of the veggie toppings were done this way … mmmn.

  82. This looks absolutely AMAZING!! You can never go wrong with broccoli and cheese!

    I recently saw a recipe for spiralized zucchini noodles with bacon and mushrooms in a creamy avocado and basil sauce. How great does that sound?? Would love to make that!

  83. I really want to make an inspiralizer shirmp scampi! And of course I want to make this chicken. Broccoli dish!

  84. Hi Tieghen. This recipe looks amazing! I have a medical condition that recently required me to cut almost all sodium from my diet. Womp womp! It’s been a bit of a challenge and I’ve found myself eating a lot more veggies so I’d . I’d love to try this dish or maybe Ali’s classic zucchini noodles with my homemade tomato sauce.

  85. I only just started experimenting with spiralized veggies so I’ve been wanting to try spiralizing a sweet potato and making some sort of breakfast skillet with it!

  86. This looks heavenly!! I have been wanting to make food faith fitness’s rainbow peanut noodles with a spiralizer! I would love to win one of these and the book!

  87. I would love to try pho with spiralized noodles from the paleo takeout cookbook! And this recipe look so awesome too!

  88. I would like to try a simple dish substituting pasta for a spiraled veggie. I love pasta and to make it healthier so I can eat it more frequently would be awesome !

  89. I have really wanted to try a spiralizer! I just saw a zucchini pad thai recipe that sounded sooo good. I want to try that!

  90. The one recipe I am wanting to make using a spiral user is this one!!! I have been wanting a spiralizer for so long but reluctant to spend the money on something that my kids wouldn’t actually like. After that recipe I would try shrimp scampi over spiralizer zucchini….

  91. I’m still struggling with preparing the zucchini noodles. My husband does not care for them raw, but when I sauté them I end up with too much yummy broth. I don’t want to lose that nutrient rich broth, but if I use it my dish us more like soup! So next I’ll try blanching them. That way I don’t know how much we are losing. We love your Mediterranean hummus with blistered tomatoes recipe! Hoping to find a yummy recipe for spiralized pumpkin this fall!

  92. I had never known about spiralizing vegetables until today! Opens a whole new veggie world to me. Since I’ve just lost thirty-four pounds and have another twenty to go, it’s time to find something new to motivate me. I think I’ve found it and want to get a spiralizer, try this dish, and look into the cook book too. Yahoooo!!!

  93. Ummm oh my goodness…I want to make this one! I’ve seen soooo many zucchini recipes, but this one sounds perfect for me!

  94. Not only does this recipe look wonderful, but I would love to try a nice warm stew/soup with beef, with carrots, zucchini, broccoli, and sweet potato, in with rosemary and garlic stout based broth.

  95. My favourite dish growing up was also a chicken broccoli or cauliflower and cheese dish topped with breadcrumbs. So I’ll have to be honest and say i would love to try this dish just as you have it posted! It is just making my mouth water!

  96. I think off all things I want to make with the spiralizer is this recipe right here. I love broccoli and cheese. So what better way to make it then to eat it with broccoli noodles

  97. I saw a recipe that was a caprese pasta made with zucchini noodles. This recipe looks like a new staple on our menu. Beautiful photos as usual.

  98. We grow kohlrabi in our garden. Utilizing a spiralizer to cook the kohlrabi will give me a new way to sauté this healthy veggie in recipes. It’s amazing that this simple tool can enhance meals just by changing the shape of regular vegetables.

  99. THIS!!! Anything with cheese is good in my books. I’d love to have a go with a spiraliser – looks fun! Some kind of mixed veggie spiralised quiche would be tasty I’m sure.

  100. I have to eat mostly gluten-free, so I would love to try spiralized zucchini noodles so that I can make (and eat) a beef mushroom stroganoff. Thanks for the chance to win!

  101. This recipe is amazing! And that basically answers the question. I’m dying to try exactly this broccoli noodles, oh that would be awesome!
    Have a nice day!

  102. Well I think the one recipe I’d like to try is this one! It looks delicious and healthy.
    Thanks for the giveaway Tieghan!

  103. I am so making this. I have Ali’s book and a spiralizer so I’m on it tonight…I may add rice to because I love broccoli and rice together.

  104. This recipe looks so yummy! I’m with you on adding the rice!
    The recipe that I’m dying to try is Ali’s Pho soup with spiralized daikon radish! It’s only a quarter to seven in the morning and I’m down for a bowl!

  105. Looks delicious. I would love to try a fettuccine Alfredo substituting pasta noodles with spiralized veggies, like maybe a tricolored dish- broccoli, carrots, and parsnips!

  106. Recipe looks so good! I would like to try zucchini noodles with a curry sauce. I don’t have a spiral user, so I am not sure what works besides zucchini (and now broccoli). Thx for giveaway.

  107. What is one recipe you are dying to try that involves spiralized veggies?

    i would like to try
    BUTTERNUT SQUASH NOODLE SOUP WITH SWISS CHARD AND BUTTER BEANS I too can’t wait for soup season to start when I think Fall think soup. This would kick off the season on our soup Tuesday nights.. I have not spiralized and it looks like fun.

    Linda Neitzel

  108. Oh my this looks and sounds scrumptious! The memories of childhood comfort food are flooding over me. Thanks so much for the story and the photos are “droolworthy” for sure. My wish for a spiraling dish would involve a pad thai version of anything. Lol.

  109. One recipe that I am dying to try that involves spiralized veggies is zucchini noodles with mozzarella and tomato sauce.

  110. We have cheese, chicken, broccoli, and rice at school but it needs some of the goodness your recipe has then the kids would buy instead of packing.

  111. will have to keep this one in mind for when it cools down (still frolicking around in shorts and getting flipflop tans). i’d love to try doing japchae, a korean noodle dish with sesame oil, soy sauce, beef and tons of veggies, with spiralized sweet potatoes (because japchae uses noodles made from sweet potato starch)!

  112. This looks amazing! Broccoli and cheddar has got to be one of the best combinations ever! Ali’s video is also so cute, I love little food markets like the one in the beginning!

    Hmmm… I would LOVE to make a spiralized Pad Thai, with lots of lime and ginger, maybe even some peanuts – or even a spicy peanut Satay! adore Asian flavour combinations.

    Thank you for another great recipe! Cannot WAIT to see the barn tour!