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Raw Spaghetti, Tomato and Walnut Recipe & Travel Product Spotlight

Posted on June 07 2016

We hope you are well - thank you so much to those of you who continue to get in touch with wonderful product and service feedback, and sharing your experiences trying out our recipes! It is an absolute pleasure to have such amazing customers! 

It's the most popular season for travelling - let us know your exciting plans! -  so we have spotlighted some of our favourite travel products and created a 'travelling yogi' collection for you!! 

Yours in Yoga,
Lynda & Abbie 

See the full 'travelling yogi' collection! 

A wonderful raw travel companion....raw spaghetti with tomato & Walnut 'bolognese' sauce!

This recipe calls for a spiralizer, but fear not if you don't have one! You can always use 'ribbons' chopping the courgette in half and then using a vegetable peeler all the length down to create tagliatelle! This is a wonderful recipe for taking to work for lunch (or travelling..or picnics etc).

Courgette has a high level of potassium, folate, vitamin A and antioxidant vitamin C! Sundried tomatoes have a wonderful amount of protein fibre and antioxidants and we all know how wonderful nuts are! All in all this one is a great all-rounder - easy to make, delicious to eat and good for you!


- 3 courgettes (or 2 large)

- 100g sun-dried tomatoes

- 100g walnuts

- juice from half a lemon

- 1 tbsp pine (or almond) butter

- salt, pepper and chilli flakes (a pinch)


- Using a spiralizer (or the above ribbon method) spiralize your courgettes - skin on or peeled - up to you!

- In a blender or food processor mix the lemon juice, nut butter and sun-dried tomatoes together. Season to taste with the salt, pepper and chilli flakes. Add the walnuts and pulse - for texture don't blend these too much! 

- Pour or mix in the tomato sauce over your courgette spaghetti and serve! If not serving straight away it helps to pop a little lemon juice on top :-) 

This weeks yoga tip...

Worrying about alignment during your practice? A handy tip...use chalk (in the best colour to show up on your mat) and a ruler to mark right down the centre of the yoga mat - you can also add hand and feet lines if you wish! 


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