Low FODmap potato bake recipe.
Potato bake is one of my all time favorites. I’ve created bunch of yummy recipes over the years, and after I was diagnosed with IBS, I’ve modified most of them to make them low fodmap. Changing potato bake recipes was tricky, as most of them list cream as an inherent ingredient. Eventually, I chose cream substitute containing mostly buttermilk and vegetable oils. It’s low fodmap and perfect for baking. You’re welcome to use other substitutes (like coconut cream for baking).
Now, on to the recipe…
-8 large cooked potatoes
-one little gem lettuce
– walnuts (handful)
– one cream substitute (285 ml)
-herb seasoning (two tablespoons)
– pepper (one tablespoon)
– salt (two teaspoons)
-grated lactose-free cheese or lactose-free cheese slices
Wash & peel potatoes, halve them and cook them until they’re tender (add pinch of salt before cooking). Drain potatoes and return them to the hob for a few seconds to let the steam off. You can start making your casserole with hot potatoes (straight from the hob), or let them cool off. Throw potatoes into the deep, oven-proof dish, add finely chopped little gem lettuce and walnuts. In a medium bowl, mix spices with cream substitute and pour the blend over potatoes. Stir it well. Make sure there’s cream at the bottom of the dish and that potatoes are entirely covered with cream. Sprinkle grated cheese on top (or cover it with cheese slices), and bake it for 20 to 30 minutes (at 200° C) until cheese is bubbly.
Serve and enjoy!
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