Asian Zucchini Noodles are packed with flavor from plenty of coconut aminos (or soy sauce), ginger, garlic, and sesame! They come together in about 10 minutes and make a delish side dish that is good for you.
Whenever there was a choice between noodles and rice, I always go for the noodles. It’s also the first thing I think of making whenever we are having an Asian inspired meal and I need a side dish. We live on this when I am not Whole30 or trying to eat lower carb. However when my diet is a little stricter, I constantly make these sesame zucchini noodles. They are so easy to make and surprisingly, the whole family loves them.
Now when it comes to flavoring these noodles, you can add in all kinds of extras to enhance the flavor. Many times I will throw in some extra veggies. I love adding a spiralized carrot or some spiralized sweet potato. Onion is always a welcome addition and also adds some extra flavor, and red cabbage works really well too. Then you can add some spice with an Asian chili paste. And for a creamier noodles, stir in some almond butter when the noodles are nice and hot.