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The Doctors are joined by the Food Dolls who share how to make a healthier version of their one-pot spaghetti dinner video that went viral on TikTok.
Sisters Alia and Radwa say their viral dish has been seen over 50 million times and they credit its success to how easy it is. "You don't have to babysit it," they say, explaining all the ingredients go in a single dish and then into the oven, which is helpful for people with busy lives.
The Food Dolls make a healthier version of their popular dish with chickpea pasta for more protein and fiber, along with extra veggies. They say the dish can be customized to fit most people's diets and preferences, either by adding chicken, using different vegetables, or preparing a vegan version.