Low FODMAP Dinner Recipes

LOW FODMAP DIET POTATO FRITTATA Recipe

Light yet filling, these frittatas make an excellent breakfast or brunch, and they’re great for dinner, too. They’re already a breeze to make, but to make life even easier, you can use thawed frozen hash browns in place of the shredded potatoes (just be sure to check the ingredients list for FODMAPs). Serve them at breakfast with Mom’s Best Biscuits on page 76, or try […]

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LOW FODMAP DIET CHICKEN SALAD Recipe

This easy-to-make chicken salad is perfect for workday lunches—even if you’re eating at your desk. Use it to top rice cakes or rice crackers or serve it with cooked, cooled quinoa, and you’ve got a quick, filling, healthy lunch in an instant. It’s a great way to use up leftover roasted chicken, but you can also use poached chicken breasts or the meat of a

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LOW FODMAP DIET TURKEY SHEPHERD’S PIE Recipe

This updated, low-FODMAP version of the family-friendly classic is every bit as good as the original, and it’s a bit lighter, too, since it uses lean ground turkey in place of beef. The herbed turkey mixture is topped with a blanket of garlicky potatoes and a few generous handfuls of cheese—and it’s impossible to resist. YIELD: 4 SERVINGS LOW FODMAP TURKEY SHEPHERD’S PIE Ingredients 1¼

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LOW FODMAP DIET TURKEY KEEMA Recipe

Keema is a seasoned ground meat dish that’s popular in many parts of South Asia. While traditional recipes usually call for lamb, my version features lean ground turkey, fresh vegetables, and plenty of low-FODMAPspices. Add some steamed brown basmati rice for extra fiber, and you’ve got yourself a complete meal. YIELD: 4 SERVINGS LOW FODMAP TURKEY KEEMA WITH VEGGIES Ingredients 1 POUND (455 G) LEAN

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