I love chicken salads, don’t you? This Low Fodmap Chicken and Potato Salad tastes amazing and will keep you full and satisfied. If you can’t eat bread, the potatoes will help fill you up. However, you can still enjoy this salad in a sandwich of you want.
I love the crunch added by the walnuts and cucumber, and the chives add that extra taste required to round up all the flavours. I love easy recipes that use leftovers, especially when, like in this case, being “easy” is not a synonym of being boring and tasteless.
If you are not following a low FODMAP, you can use any leftover chicken to make this. If you are following the diet, make sure to use a low FODMAP chicken. I often simply poach some chicken breast to make this salad. If you don’t know how to do that, follow the instructions you can find here.
It makes for a delicious and refreshing lunch that is also gentle on your tummy! Enjoy and don’t forget to watch my video recipe.
Low Fodmap Chicken and Potato Salad
- 75 gms – 2.5 oz. low fodmap cooked chicken I simply poached mine in salty water, shredded
- 100 gms – 3.5 oz. potatoes cubed and boiled
- 1/8 medium cucumber chopped or sliced
- 5 walnut halves chopped
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- 1 tsp chives chopped
- Salt to taste
- 30 gms – 1 ½ tbsp low fodmap Mayo I use Hellman’s
In a serving bowl, mix together the chicken, potatoes, cucumber, walnuts, lemon juice, salt, and chives.
Add the mayo and mix well.