Garlic Parmesan Mushroom Zoodles

This 15 minutes Garlic Parmesan Mushroom Zoodles is a one-pan and six-ingredient recipe. A delicious low-carb dinner for the entire family.

Close up image of zoodles tossed with garlic parmesan mushroom.Pin

Do you know 100 grams of zucchini has is just 16 calories with 3.35 grams of carbs? (Source: Fatsecret) . This veggie is loaded with dietary fiber and Vitamin C.  If you are on a weight loss regime or want to lower your carb intake, zucchini is a blessing. It is readily available and not that expensive too.

Flavours In Your Inbox

Subscribe for recipes straight to your inbox

In one of the popular recipes using zucchini, you will find Zoodles. Zoodles recipes are all over Pinterest. My kitchen cupboard is already filled with appliances. There is hardly any space left for a new tool.

Finally, after a lot of hesitation got this small handy Spiralizer. I am pretty happy with this one. I have been using this quite a lot. My little one loves having cucumber and carrot noodles.

A spiralizer is a handy tool in your kitchen. If you are interested in meal preps, this fits the bill perfectly. You can use this to make and store bags of spiralized zucchini, cucumber, carrots, beetroot, cabbage, etc. These are very handy to churn up a quick recipe.

You may also look at my other zucchini recipes – Zucchini Banana Bread, Zucchini Stir Fry

Ingredients needed to make Garlic Parmesan Mushroom ZoodlesPin


  • Zucchini – Use fresh small to medium-sized zucchini that are firm but tender with shiny skin.
  • Button Mushrooms – I have used button mushrooms as this stir-fry is a quick recipe. You can use cremini mushrooms too.
  • Garlic – The go-to flavor bomb.
  • Parmesan cheese – A hard cheese that grated and melts on top of the dish.
  • Italian seasoning – A mixture of herbs to give you the perfect italian flavors.
  • Red chilli flakes – Added for some heat as desired.
  • Olive oil – Use extra virgin oil olive oil. This is perfect for the classic Italian flavor for a quick recipe.
Zoodles tossed along with garlic sauteed mushrooms and parmesan cheese on top.Pin

How to make

Use a spiralizer to create fresh zoodles of zucchini. You need not strip and throw away the skin.

You should salt your zoodles. This helps in draining out the moisture. Salt it and leave it out for some time. Then drain the excess liquid.

Cook the mushrooms first. Saute them in olive oil until they get caramelized and appear brown. Add minced garlic and saute them again for a minute until it loses the raw smell of garlic.

Time to add the seasoning and chili flakes and mix everything well.

You can switch off the flame now while adding the zoodles. Put grated parmesan on top.

Garlic Parmesan Mushroom Zoodles served on a black bowl and with fork.Pin


You can safely store your spiralized zoodles in a separate bag or container for up to 5 days in the refrigerator.

I would not suggest storing the tossed zucchini with mushrooms, and all as this will turn soggy and would not taste the same later.

Serve With

Zoodles being a low carb meal, you can serve this with any grilled or sauteed meat or veggies:

Garlic Parmesan Mushroom Zoodles
Flavours of Kitchen Logo


Course Main Course
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
This 15 minutes Garlic Parmesan Mushroom Zoodles is one pan and just 6 ingredients.  A delicious low carb dinner for the entire family.
Servings 4 Servings


  • 3 cups fresh Zoodles (from 1 large Zucchini)
  • 250 grams button mushroom Sliced
  • 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp Minced garlic
  • 2 tspn italian seasoning
  • 1 tspn Red chili flakes
  • ½ cup Parmesan cheese gratted


  • Heat olive oil in a pan
  • Add sliced mushrooms. Cook till the mushroom is caremelized.
  • Add minced garlic. Cook for another 1 minutes.
  • Add italian seasoning, red chili flakes. Mix everything well.
  • Switch of the flame. Add zoodles and gratted parmesan.
  • Toss everything well.


If you cook zoodles for a long time it starts releasing water. So to keep them crispy, I switched off the flame then tossed the zoodles.


Serving: 100g | Calories: 159kcal | Carbohydrates: 9g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 222mg | Potassium: 673mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 525IU | Vitamin C: 33.7mg | Calcium: 188mg | Iron: 1.3mg
Did You Make This Recipe?Tag @theflavoursofkitchen on Instagram and hashtag it #theflavoursofkitchen


  1. Bonnie Lyman says:

    5 stars
    Made this added capers . Very good.

  2. I mostly followed the recipe but I put the mushrooms, etc aside after sauteing & then put the zoodles (4-not 3-cups) into the pan for a minute or so & then added the other ingredients back along with small cut up pieces of lox (maybe about 6 small pieces) along with the parmesan( mine was a combo of romano/ parmesan). It was absolutely delicious but the serving size was really for 2 people & not for 4. If you do it for 4 I think it’s just a side dish & not an entre. Thank you for the great foundation for a terrific dinner!

  3. Christine Ward says:

    This was delicious!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating

Similar Posts