Chances are, you’ve put your spiralizer to good use over the last few years. The advent of these nifty tools has proven that they’re a great way to get your fill of fresh veggies. tapped spiralizing expert Ali Maffucci, founder of Inspiralized, to share some lesser known produce that’s easy and delicious to spiralize and are real game-changers like:


Some may fear turnips because of their bitterness, but when cooked, the root veggie softens and absorbs other flavors well, says Maffucci. Be sure to slice off both ends of the turnip and peel it completely before running it through your spiralizer. Turnip noodles may be boiled for 2 to 3 minutes, sautéed for 5 to 7 minutes, or roasted at 425 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. They’re delicious when added to soups, salads, and sides. Try tossing them with roasted butternut squash, pine nuts, and goat cheese for a fall pasta dish you’ll want to make again and again