- 1/4 cup dark soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon Sriracha sauce
- 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar (use honey for paleo)
- 1 teaspoon oil
- 1/4 cup minced onion
- 2 cloves garlic (minced)
- 2 zucchini (large, spiralized)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Lopez 11 days ago
Very easy to make. Had to add more brown sugar to the sauce in order to balance out the saltiness of the soy sauce. Dish came out delicious. Definitely one of my favorites.
Laura 16 days ago
Awful! I followed the directions to a T and it was flavorless. I won’t be making it again :(
Kathy B. a month ago
loved this different way of cooking zucchini lots of flavor
Dee a month ago
super salty..even with coconut aminos instead of soy sauce 😕. im gonna try adding more sugar
Angie Montgomery 2 months ago
Loved it!! Will make this again.
Linda G. 2 months ago
Yum! So easy and delicious!
Nancy S. 2 months ago
This was amazing, easy and super delicious. Added a bit of corn starch and a few peanuts for crunch. 10 stars for sure!
YumChef 2 months ago
Husband says he would eat zucchini every night done this way!
Tammara Fonseca 2 months ago
so easy and delicious.
Streed 2 months ago
Great! I added extra zucchini and also tofu and mushrooms, so doubled the sauce. Next time I will use a little less sugar, but the flavor was wonderful! A friend added beef to his and that was really good, too.
Paula K. 2 months ago
Sorry, but 19 grams of carb is NOT low carb. Use coconut aminos instead of soy sauce and ditch the sugar (use a natural substitute) and then, we'll talk lower carb dish. Tastes grand, but definitely not a low carb recipe for me.
Wendy Manzon 2 months ago
Excellent! Could add chicken or mushrooms but it was excellent just the way it is. My family has asked for it again and again!
Not yet 3 months ago
A little too salty otherwise perfect.
Smith 3 months ago
It was yummy! I added peanuts and tofu and used low sodium soy sauce. Probably will use corn starch next time to thicken the sauce.
Hayward 3 months ago
I used coconut aminos instead of soy sauce
Teri L. 3 months ago
I used low sodium Tamari and added peanuts and cilantro. Delicious!
Abigail Justice 3 months ago
really easy and my family loved it!!! I did use some cornstarch to thicken the sauce
Wiley 3 months ago
excellant!!! I used honey but enjoyed it just like it was. the cruncy tecture was great.
Virginia Baxter 4 months ago
Easy recipe. Definitely agree with other reviewers that it is a bit too salty using regular soy sauce. I will use low sodium soy sauce the next time, and add marinated tofu. ❤️
P Barre 4 months ago
For those that found too salty, how about Tamari instead of soy sauce?
Stacy Brand 4 months ago
One of our favorite zucchini dishes and super easy and quick to whip up! And I love using my spiralizer!
Addie Pike 5 months ago
I added tofu to this. delicious!
Amy 5 months ago
This was very quick and easy! Plus it tastes great! Might try with a low sodium soy sauce next time and add chicken.
Bonvicino 5 months ago
Taste great! Didn’t follow to the T but I like it!
YumChef 5 months ago
Delicious, made it already like 4 times
Hill 5 months ago
I added shrimp to the recipe and it came out very well. I love the “kick” of the sriracha.
Bonham 5 months ago
It was ok, but very salty. I probably wont make this one again.
AlwaysLearning 5 months ago
It was good...But I was expecting more...Should have added some chicken or beef.
Carver Casey 5 months ago
This was tasty, I think if I make it again I'll marinade some tofu in the sauce first. It was delicious, but felt like it was missing a little something. If you are sensitive to spice this is not for you.
DM 5 months ago
Turned out great! For 2 hungry adults I doubled the recipe, made the spirals on the medium setting and added a cooked chicken breast and handful of sliced mini peppers. Fantastic!