Chop off both ends of the courgette. Using a potato peeler, create thin slices from one end to other so that they resemble ribbons.
Turn the courgette to a different edge once it gets too thick.
Once sliced, pile a few ribbons of courgette on top of each other, and cut thin strips from one end to the other until your courgette resembles spaghetti.
Place the courgetti in a small saucepan with a teaspoon of butter and leave it on the side to heat up later.
Slice all the veggies into small chunks. Add the chopped veggies and Quorn to a heated frying pan with a splash of oil.
Cook it for around 5-6 minutes, stirring occasionally to stop it sticking. Add the tinned tomatoes, a splash of water, plus salt, pepper and mixed herbs to taste. Let it simmer for a further 4-5 minutes.
While your Quorn is simmering, place the courgetti saucepan over a low/medium heat and stir it to allow the butter to melt and coat the courgetti.
The melted butter will heat up and soften the courgetti to perfection. Add a bit of salt and pepper and it’s ready. No need to drain – just add your courgetti to a bowl and top off with your bolognese sauce and enjoy. A guilt-free tasty meal on the table in less than 20 minutes.