The method is time-consuming, but I don’t eat this dish regularly, I usually have it on special occasions, so it is worth making an effort to make it well.
IBS Network Recipes
If you suffer with IBS, your gut may be sensitive to so many different foods at times that it is difficult to know what you can eat (For more information click to Diet in The IBS Self Care Programme) without suffering the torment of gut upset or needing to put yourself on a diet that is bland and boring?
How can you make sure you are getting adequate nourishment from your diet? You can’t always rely on restaurants or ready meals unless you really study the ingredients. Most chefs use lots of butter and cream, are generous with onion and garlic, and may use high fructose corn syrups. So if you want to be really sure of what you can eat, Click on the following images to find a series of simple, yet tasty recipes that are low in fat, low in FODMAPs, low in insoluble fibre and do not contain hot spice or other food substances known to upset a sensitive gut.
Also, check out our page - So what else can I eat for basic information which can help you - click here
Looking for inspiration?
Look at the recipes listed below and try out the ones that suit you. Try experimenting with new recipes. Remember you do not need to exclude any foods from your diet, but you do need to restrict those that you find upset you. And remember, the sensitive gut will not tolerate too much food. Eat to comfort and if this means that you can’t eat a lot at each meal, eat little and often.
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Wonderful filling warming dish for the winter weather.
Suitable for all even those without a sensitive gut.
Making bread is a deeply satisfying and mindful activity that relaxes and calms. Spelt bread has a beautiful open texture, a wonderful nutty flavour and great toasting and keeping qualities.
These cupcakes are light and delicate with a charming tropical tang.
Gluten free mince pies, you can enjoy just the same as everyone else, they are just as tasty!
Many people with IBS cannot tolerate garlic, but miss the flavour it gives, here is a great recipe where garlic can be used but won’t give you symptoms.
The fillet is probably the nicest and most expensive cut of beef. It’s very lean and tender due to the short fibres in the meat.
This focaccia recipe is easy to make and easy to adapt. Try adding herbs such as rosemary or thyme, caramelized onions or perhaps some chopped chilli. Depending on your triggers.
Easy and tasty recipe.
Great to make beforehand for lunch.
The flavours of carrot and ginger suit each other well.
Ginger is slightly hot and spicy and lifts the earthy flavour of the carrot.
This recipe is easy to make and is gluten-free, low FODMAP and low lactose.
Yummy sweet treat, great for everyone.
Simple to make and great to get the kids involved.
Really simple to make and will store for a few days in the fridge.
Simple and quick to make, great for all the family.
A surprisingly mildly spiced dish, perfect for a starter, lunchbox or barbecue.It goes well with a crunchy seasonal salad. A healthy chicken nugget!
Great and simple dish to make, lovely for the warmer weather and can be eaten hot or cold.
These delightful disks are a treat with sweet or savoury fillings. easy to make and they taste delicious.
Fancy a taste of Spain?
Low FODMAP, dairy free, gluten and wheat free recipe.
This recipe is a light roasted vegetable pasta sauce for use with gluten-free pasta.
It is a great dish for a warm summers day to eat alfresco, great for a street party!
You would never guess these lacy, delicate pancakes contain no grains nor any type of flour. They are gluten free and high in protein.
This is a fantastic recipe that is easy and simple to make and tastes great!
Use it as a filling for your sandwiches for national sandwich week.
This Curry makes use of the green parts of leeks/ spring onions and garlic oil which make the curry taste good. Ginger and turmeric are gentle on the gut and so too is fish as it is low in fat.
This cool, fragrant nonalcoholic drink can be sipped with meals. It is both refreshing and thirst-quenching and keeps you hydrated.
I’ve reworked this classic so that the words ‘doughnut’ and ‘low FODMAP’ can exist in the same sentence.