This is an Indian-inspired condiment which pairs perfectly with Curried Turkey Burgers. It would also be awesome with our Gluten-Free Flatbread; of course you can enjoy it with pita, naan, or tortilla chips. It’s super-fresh, and perfectly balances sweet mango with spicy jalapeno and fresh ginger.
Entrees, sides, desserts; snacks and smoothies; breakfast, lunch, dinner. All recipes are dairy-free and low FODMAP friendly; most are wheat-free and sugar-free too!
This recipe comes from the original “30 Minute Meals” by Rachael Ray. We adapted to make it low-FODMAP friendly, and we took the theme a step further by creating an Indian-inspired Mango Chutney Salsa to top the burger. This was an easy and delicious burger, perfect for a weekend cookout […]
These veggie burgers from “The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook” are healthy and flavorful, especially smothered in Low-FODMAP Barbecue Sauce and served with a side of avocado and oven-baked fries. They’d be great chopped up and served with fried eggs and corn tortillas for breakfast, too!
I am so excited that this recipe turned out as well as it did. I had my nephew specifically in mind while developing it, since like me, he has to avoid dairy and wheat. Blintzes were one of my favorite dishes from childhood; I loved eating them covered in applesauce. […]
This recipes comes from Alice Hart’s “Vegetarian” cookbook; she drizzles maple syrup over the top but we kept our version naturally sweetened with dates and banana slices. She suggests that the oats can be served raw, but we prefer a hot breakfast. If you don’t have cinnamon sticks, just add […]
This salad is a new family favorite. Our boys LOVED IT, and asked when we could have it again. Since it couldn’t be any simpler to prepare, I’m happy to add it to our regular rotation! We served it with Celery Root Remoulade.
Remoulade is a sauce invented in France that is usually aioli- or mayonnaise-based. In this recipe from Alice Hart’s “Vegetarian” cookbook, the sauce is made lighter by use of vegan yogurt. We had half of a celery root left in our refrigerator from our Simmered Chicken and Vegetables recipe that […]
I’ve mentioned before that I adapt recipes to follow a low-FODMAP diet. If this term is new to you, here’s a bit of background. The Low FODMAP Diet was developed by researchers at Monash University. Their research provided evidence that a group of short-chain carbohydrates, named FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligo-saccharides, Di-saccharides, […]
This Asian-inspired fish dish is super-simple and easy; the sauce is a lovely spice-sweet combo. Since it’s been a while since we’ve cooked anything with brown sugar (we typically opt for coconut sugar, date paste, or omit the sweetener altogether) we went lighter than the recommended amount in the original […]
I’m obsessed with baking scones that I can eat – that means no dairy or wheat! My desire for scones comes from years of walking into coffee shops and having to pass up all the buttery goods filling their bakery cases. These Maple Walnut Vegan Scones are my latest victory. […]