Lifestyle Food 'Vanderpump Rules' ' Kristen Doute Shares Her Primavera Recipe — and the Truth About 'the Pasta' Is "pasta" really the cast's code word for drugs? By Kristen Doute Published on February 26, 2018 06:29 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Kristen Doute stars on Vanderpump Rules (Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo) and shares her journey as a longtime vegetarian — plus delicious, healthful recipes — on her website, Vegiholic. Each week, she’ll share a cocktail or food recipe inspired by the episode. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @kristendoute. It’s not about the pasta. If we haven’t reiterated this enough to you, my Vegetti Primavera is the final nail in the coffin. It was never about the pasta (but I’m not a pasta hater!). Sometimes I’m in the mood for a hearty, flavorful meal, but I don’t want the carbs that go with it. Spiraling your veggies and cooking them perfectly al dente will feed your need for that firm-to-the-bite craving! Courtesy Kristen Doute; Inset: Rob Latour/Variety/REX/Shutterstock Side note: I’m a huge fan of SUR’s Angel Hair Checca — the pasta James had a meltdown over. His emotions were so chaotic that an internet rumor surfaced that “pasta” was a code word for drugs. You guys know I’m upfront about everything these days, so I’m going extremely transparent. “Pasta” was/is not a code word, but a lame analogy for “respect”. (But coming from DJ James, what did you expect?) The Vanderpump Rules Cast Gives an All-Access, Behind-the-Scenes Tour of SUR Matt Sayles WATCH: ‘Vanderpump’ Star Jax Taylor Admits He’s Seeing A Life Coach After Cheating On Girlfriend Learn how to make your own below! Kristen Doute’s Vegetti Primavera 2 zucchini, spiralized2 yellow squash, spiralized6 oz. broccoli florets6 garlic cloves½ tsp oregano½ tsp thymeExtra-virgin olive oil6 pearl tomatoes, quartered¼ cup white winePine nuts, for garnishFresh basil leaves, thinly sliced for garnish Avocado Sauce ½ avocado2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oilJuice of ½ lemonWater, if necessary 1. Preheat the oven to 425°. Place broccoli florets and garlic cloves on a rimmed baking sheet and toss with to coat with olive oil, thyme, oregano, salt and pepper. Roast in the oven for 8-10 minutes then remove the garlic to a separate bowl. 2. Heat 1 tbsp. olive oil a large skillet over high heat. Sauté “noodles” in small batches, adding another tbsp. olive oil each time, for 1-2 minutes and transfer immediately to a plate or bowl. 3. In the same skillet over high heat, add tomatoes, roasted garlic and white wine. Reduce the heat and let simmer for 3 minutes. 4. Toss all ingredients together in a large serving bowl or platter. Drizzle avocado sauce over top (recipe below) and garnish with pine nuts and basil. Avocado Sauce Add avocado, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper to a high-speed blender. Blend, adding a splash of water if necessary to create a thick but creamy consistency. This recipe was provided by a chef, restaurant or culinary professional. It has not been tested by PEOPLE for home use.