After sharing with you my Low Fodmap Curry Spice Mix, today I am back with a recipe to put it to good use: Low Fodmap Chicken Curry.
I really love Mexican food! So, today I am going to share with you some of MsM’s best Mexican recipes to celebrate the quintessential Mexican festivity: Cinco de Mayo. Welcome to my Cinco de Mayo 2020 Recipe Round-Up!
Today I will be sharing with you the recipe for a delicious rice dish that can be served both as a main or as a side dish: Low Fodmap Tomato Basil Rice.
Today’s recipe is all about South Asian flavours: Lemongrass Salmon Skewers, delicious and easy to make.
I love baked chicken in any shape and form and this Low Fodmap Peri Peri Chicken has quickly made it to the top of the list of my favourites.
Since starting the Low Fodmap diet, I often crave curries, stir-fries, and Asian food in general and this Low Fodmap Dandan Chicken has made it into my fortnightly rotation. It is so good that I could actually eat it every week!
I looooove Mexican food! So, today I will share with you some of MsM’s best Mexican recipes in this Cinco de Mayo 2019 Recipe Round-Up!
Today I am back with another delicious Mexican recipe: Low Fodmap Chicken Fajitas. I am so happy I was able to make these Low Fodmap!
I love grilled meat of any kind. These Low Fodmap Portuguese Style Chicken Skewers have quickly become a family favourite, as they are really tasty and very easy (and quick) to make. Besides, my kids love chicken too, so this is a winner for everyone.
I am very happy to be able to share the recipe for these Low Fodmap Satay Pork Meatballs! The reason is simple: it is an amazing dish.
I absolutely adore stew, especially on a cold winter evening. This Low Fodmap Beef Stew is the quintessential comfort food to me.
Today I am sharing with you the recipe for a hearty warm salad: Warm Salmon and Potato Salad.
I am so happy to share this Low Fodmap Wonton Soup with you today! It is such a comforting dish. One of those dishes that make your soul sing.
I am so happy to share today’s recipe. This Low Fodmap Tuna Fried Rice is on my menu at least once a week. That’s how good it is! I simply love it and it makes for the perfect meatless meal (yet, it’s still packed with proteins and vitamins).
After sharing with you my recipe for Pasta with Scallops and Lobster Oil, I am back with another recipe featuring scallops: Garlic Scallops.
Yep. You read that right! Scallops AND Lobster Oil! Intriguing, isn’t it? To tell you the truth, the Lobster Oil was a very pleasant discovery, as I was not familiar with it.
How do you feel about one-pot meals? I think they are awesome and I definitely don’t make them enough. Easier clean-up is always nice, right?
I love Asian food and, above all, I love all kinds of rice-based dishes. This Thai Chicken Fried Rice is amazing and is a complete meal. It is a great way to use up left-over rice, even though I must admit that I often make the rice a day before, just to make this fried…
I adore Moroccan food and tagines (also spelled tajines), and this Chicken Tagine with Lemon, Dates, and Apricots has quickly become a family favourite.
I am very happy to share yet another pasta recipe with you. I am Italian after all and we do eat a lot of pasta! This Tuna and Tomato Pasta is a staple in my house.
Don’t you just LOVE pork chops?? I sure do. My mum would often stir fry them for a quick, yet delicious dinner.
Today’s recipe is a delicious Italian Vegetable Pie. It is very simple to make and it is lower in fat than a regular quiche, since it does not contain any milk or cream. You can use your favourite vegetables for this one and it is also a great way to finish off leftover vegetables lying…