Ingredients25 m servings 421
- Bring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat. Add salt and green beans. Simmer 1 minute. Add spaghetti and continue cooking over medium to medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, 8 minutes. Reduce heat to medium; add spiralized zucchini. Stir gently and continue simmering until spaghetti is tender yet firm to the bite, 2 or 3 minutes. Reserve about 1/2 cup cooking water. Drain the spaghetti and vegetables.
- Heat pesto in a pot over medium-low heat; add a few tablespoons of cooking water to thin slightly; stir. Transfer drained spaghetti and vegetables to pot; mix gently to coat with the sauce.
- Transfer spaghetti to a warmed serving bowl. Drizzle with olive oil; top with grated cheese, red pepper flakes, and pine nuts.
Per Serving: 421 calories; 16.4 57.6 15.5 8 1965 Full nutrition
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This dish was simple and delish! I didn't have a spiralizer, so I just cut the zucchini into strips about as thick as a noodle. I also didn't have the nuts, but I don't think this negatively a...
I made changes. Yes I will make it again. For the parmesan cheese I used Nutritiinal Yeast Flakes and I used spinach zucchini pasta and did not have a spiral maker for the zucchini so sliced t...
This is one of those recipes that you dance in joy when you taste it. This incredibly tasty recipe will even delight the skeptical.
Very good and easy when you get the zucchini spirals pre-made. We doubled the recipe and fed 6 people including teenagers. I will definitely make this dinner again!
This one's a keeper! I've never had pasta with green beans before, but I'm always looking for new ways to incorporate different veggies into my meals and this recipe jumped out at me. It comes t...
This recipe was absolutely delicious! I was skeptical of the use of green beans at first, but they were the perfect complement to the pesto sauce. We did not use any pine nuts due to a nut aller...
Yum!!!!! I made this exactly as written except for I added some chili flakes to the mixture and served the rest on the side so everyone could adjust their own heat (mainly because the kiddos can...