The big ones that I was hoping to use up don't seem to be "grabbed" by the teeth of the tool if they are sliced length ways.
So no more big marrows - I will harvest the last of the crop medium sized for pasta! We are tired of marrow meals so we are glad it is nearly time to pull the crop up and prepare the beds for a late summer crop.
On to the recipe...this was quick to make and yummy to eat. You can serve the meatballs over normal pasta and it will be just as delicious.
While my zucchini pasta was draining in a colander in the sink I did the following:
2 packets of Funky Chickens chicken mince
1 big bunch of basil chopped
2 cloves of garlic pressed
1 big handful of Parmesan grated
Salt and black pepper
Mixed together in a bowl, shaped into bite sized meatballs and fried until nice and brown.
I then added the last bottle of the roast tomato sauce, but you can use shop bought Passata or just two cans of chopped peeled tomatoes.
While these were cooking I flash fried the zucchini pasta in some olive oil and garlic unit just cooked.
Serve with meatballs on top and a sprinkling of Parmesan...Enjoy with a good red wine.