- The first step is to make the courgetti. I use about three courgettes to serve two people. For this, I use my spiralizer (a kitchen marvel!), but if you don’t have one it’s still really easy. Cut both ends off the courgette and discard them. Using a vegetable peeler, create thin ribbons of courgette by running the peeler from top to bottom. Once this is complete, stack a few ribbons on top of each other and slice thinly all the way along. The aim is to create thin strips of courgette that look like spaghetti.
- Next, it’s time to make the meatballs. Mix the turkey mince, cayenne pepper and salt together in a bowl. Once combined, grab small handfuls, roll them into balls and them place on a tray lined with baking paper. Bake your turkey meatballs for 25 minutes at 180°C.
- Fresh tomato sauce tastes so much better than shop bought, and is really simple to make. First, slice the tomatoes (use different types of tomato for a bit of variety) and peppers, then roast them in the oven at 200°C for around 20 minutes. While your tomatoes and peppers are roasting, sauté a diced onion with a little oil or butter until softened. Once your tomatoes and peppers are slightly chargrilled, add them to a food processor with your softened onions and a pinch of salt and pepper. Blitz it all together to make your simple, tasty tomato sauce. If it’s looking a bit too dry, add a splash of water or tomato passata for an extra kick of flavour.
- Next, it’s time to cook the courgetti. Add it to a large saucepan with a knob of butter and cook over a medium heat until it’s heated through. This should only take around 5 minutes. Plate up the cooked courgetti, pop the turkey meatballs on top and ladle over your yummy homemade sauce. Bon appétit!
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