FODMAP stands for Fermentable, Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, and Monosaccharides. It is a diet for people struggling with (Irritable bowel syndrome) IBS or (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) SIBO and has been proven by many studies to reduce 86% of the symptoms.
This diet can be quite challenging during the beginning as it eliminates a few of your foods but it will give you chance to discover your new favorites dishes by trying new recipes and new foods so step out of your comfort zone and try them out this will make you dieting experience full of excitement, fun, and adventurist.
Tips for dieting which might help while the dieting period and when you try new things Keep a diary and note your meals and their ingredients this will help you throughout your dieting period and also help you to figure out which ingredients are triggering you.
Here are some recipes which can make your dinner look more desirable:
COQ AU VIN
COQ AU VIN is a perfect meal for dinner. COQ AU VIN full of flavor and vegetables and a completely Low FODMAP diet, phase 2 reduces and repair. It takes under 90 min to preparing time for four servings.
Smoked salmon salad with red wine and vinaigrette
This dish is an all-rounder. It can be anytime meal of the day but having salmon and vegetables at dinner will be amazing. it is Low FODMAP, phase 1 restricted and semi-restricted, and also be phase 2 reduce and repair. The best part is it’s so easy to make and takes less than 15 minutes for making 4 servings.
Scotch Steak with Maple Mustard sauce
Steak is many people’s favorite dish for dinner. It is the best source of protein and also prevents iron deficiency. For making 4 melt in the mouth serving you need around 20 minutes for prepetition and almost 55 minutes of cooking time.
Thai Green Curry with Prawns
Asian food lover this one is for you who love Thai green curry but can’t eat onion
or garlic? Here is our low FODMAP Thai green curry with prawns recipe for phase
1 semi-restricted and phase 2 reduce and repair. Perfect for a sensitive stomach.
Cooking time for this dish is under 90 minutes and the ingredients below is for 4
Succulent Lemon And Thyme Roast Chicken
Roast chicken with the addition of the lemon thyme mix can transport your roast chicken experience to a whole new level. Just placing it under the skin will keep the meat moist and give it a lovely flavor. Perfect mid-week meal but fancy enough to impress your guest at dinner. Leftover can be used in chicken salads. Besides amazing experience, its all ingredients are completely low FODMAP. The cooking time for this dish is under 90 minutes.
Low FODMAP Cheats Vegetarian Noodle Bowl
Your stomach will fall in love with this yummy Low FODMAP Cheats Vegetarian Noodle Bowl. Easy to make. Flavorful with a nice Satay vibe. This conforming dish will fulfill your fantasy of a delicious dinner recipe that won’t take more than 15 minutes to have on the dining table.
Sticky Garlic Tofu Veggie Bowl
Yes, Garlic! You heard that right. The yummy Sticky Garlic Tofu Veggie Bowl is the real deal for a quick dinner.
Don’t worry about the garlic, it’s infused with tummy-friendly oil for an enjoyable low fodmap dinner diet.
For a quick-cooking experience, you can introduce the roast veggie and have them heated in a frypan. Off to the kitchen.
Green Bean Casserole
The Green Bean Casserole has always been hot in demand in the low FODMAP recipe market. Imagine a creamy, light mushroom sauce, light green beans, topped up with a chest breadcrumb. You’ll don’t want to miss this as your vacation side dish. It’s dairy-free. It’s gluten-free.
On the flip side, crispy onions are in the high FODMAP category. So I don’t want to introduce them to the green bean casserole recipe. Or you can just bake them separately if some member of your family loves them.
Delicious Paprika Chicken Traybake
Traybakes, I’ve loved you all my life. This yummy low FODMAP meal fits perfectly for those lazy nights or days you don’t want to waste time cooking.
Chicken drumsticks. Crunchy veggies. Blistered tomatoes. All these come to mind when you think of Paprika Chicken Traybake.
The recipe is a saver on those lazy days. Cooking time is only 15 minutes without stress.
Red Wine & Tomato Lamb Stew
This is a delicious, easy-to-prepare slow-cooked lamb stew. Lovers of hearty meals will appreciate this low FODMAP recipe for dinner.
One interesting part of this recipe is that it can be cooked as “set and forget”. Just put all the ingredients in a slow cooker and let it handle the rest.
Not forgetting that you’ll enjoy this dish for batch cooking and as an excellent winter meal.
Pork with Lemon Butter Pasta
This Pork with Lemon Butter Pasta is a friendly reminder that cooking a delicious meal doesn’t have to be stressful.
You only need some pantry staples. Here’s the basis: you need garlic oil, butter, lemon, milk (Low FODMAP), and a pantry.
Combine these ingredients with pork sausage, fresh veggies ,and some lovely pasta for a magical meal of your life. In 15 minutes.
Peanut Butter Coconut Chicken
Chickens hold a special place in my heart. This chicken is slow-cooked in peanut butter sauce and coconut milk.
Must be wondering why I included coconut in this recipe. Well, here’s why: coconut boosts the immune system. Provides quick energy. Has a cancer protective feature.
Sardine Spaghetti with Tomato-Caper Sauce
This low FODMAP is a delicious pasta dish packed with a lot of health benefits and flavors. It’s gluten-free. It’s dairy-free. And it’s low FODMAP.
Sardines are a superfood and tasty with additive flavor (you’re warned). If you’ve not fallen in love with gluten-free pasta yet, maybe it’s high time.
Spicy Potato Pie
This potato meal is delicious and you won’t but love the yummy taste and all. Let’s get straight to the recipe.
This is another Low FODMAP chicken recipe in hot demand. Easy to prepare. Excellent taste.