Craving Mexican food? Fear not! You can enjoy, tangy Mexican dishes even when you’re on a low FODmap diet!
Here’s an easy recipe for low FODmap tacos.
-cocktail tomatoes 80g (halves)
-little gem lettuce x2 (chopped)
-medium-sized cucumber (chopped)
-ground beef 500g
-rapeseed oil for frying (1-2 tablespoons)
-pepper or cayenne pepper (one tablespoon)
-salt (one tablespoon or less)
-dried dill (2 teaspoons)
-gluten-free taco shells (or gluten-free soft taco shells/wraps) 350g, shop below
– low FODmap tomato sauce 250g, shop below
Brown beef on medium heat for 15 to 25 minutes. Remove access water (leave around one/two tablespoons worth). Add spices. Mix them well. Add sauce, vegetables, and simmer for 15 minutes on a small fire.
Meanwhile, warm soft tortillas/wraps or prepare taco shells. Next, sprinkle beef with Parmesan cheese. Mix the cheese in or leave it on top. Stuff taco shells (or tortillas) with your fry-up, and enjoy!
Low FODmap Tips:
- If you struggle after eating beef, just swap it for a turkey mince.
- Also, the less fatty beef (or turkey) the better.
- Other spices you can use include: paprika, asafoetida powder, turmeric, and herbs de Provence. You can also give sweet chili powder a try. Read more here: Low FODmap spices.
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