We love creating recipes for our customers and other people who want to eat low FODMAP meals!  Here are just a few examples...  

 
Recipes of the Month 
 
Here are a couple of great low FODMAP starters, ideal for New Year parties. Mmmm, delicious...!! 
 
 
Deep Fried Camembert 
SERVES 2-3 
Ingredients
 
1 Camembert Cheese 
1 packet of So Low FODMAP Foods Kicking Chicken Coating 
1 egg, beaten 
100g gluten-free flour 
Sunflower oil 
1 jar of So Low FODMAP Foods Cherry Tomato Relish 
Cooking Method
 
Place the Camembert in the freezer for 30 minutes. 
 
Pour enough sunflower oil into a saucepan to a depth of approx. 5cm, or fill a deep fat fryer. 
 
Remove the cheese from the freezer and cut into 6 equal wedges. 
 
Coat each piece with the flour. Dip in the beaten egg and then coat with the Kicking Chicken Coating. 
 
Heat the oil, test with the handle of a wooden spoon; dip the handle into the heated oil and if it sizzles the oil is ready. 
 
Carefully place 2 or 3 pieces of coated Camembert into the oil and fry for 2-3 minutes each side. 
 
Remove and place on a piece of absorbent paper before placing on your serving plate. 
 
Repeat for the remaining Camembert wedges. 
 
Serve with So Low FODMAP Foods Cherry Tomato Relish and gluten-free melba toast (thinly slice a gluten-free baguette and toast both sides to a crisp ‘biscuit’). 

Deep Fried King Prawns SERVES 4 

Ingredients
 
Large packet of uncooked king prawns 
1 packet of So Low FODMAP Foods Kicking Chicken Coating 
1 egg, beaten 
100g gluten-free flour 
Sunflower oil 
1 jar of So Low FODMAP Foods Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce 
Cooking Method
 
As with the Camembert, pour enough sunflower oil into a saucepan to a depth of approx. 5cm, or fill a deep fat fryer. 
 
Coat each prawn with the flour. Dip in the beaten egg and then coat with the Kicking Chicken Coating. 
 
Heat the oil, test with the handle of a wooden spoon; dip the handle into the heated oil and if it sizzles the oil is ready. 
 
Carefully place 4 or 5 coated prawns into the oil and fry for 2-3 minutes each side. Remove and place on a piece of absorbent paper before placing on your serving plate. Repeat for the remaining prawns. 
 
Serve with So Low FODMAP Foods Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce. 
...& here's a great FODMAP-friendly, post-party meal idea! 

 Corned Beef Brunch SERVES 4 

Ingredients
 
Patties: 
1 tin (340g) Corned Beef 
½ bunch finely chopped spring onion greens 
1 tsp ground cumin 
2 tsp dried parsley 
½ tsp English mustard powder 
Salt and pepper 
1 tbsp vegetable oil 
4 eggs 
2 large baking potatoes, diced and boiled 
Cooking Method: 
 
Place the corned beef in a bowl and, using a fork, breakup the meat.  
 
Add the remaining ingredients for the patties and mix well. 
 
Divide the mixture into 4 patties and set aside. 
 
Heat the oil in a large frying pan and fry the potatoes to golden brown.  
 
Set aside and keep warm. 
 
Re-heat the frying pan, adding a little more oil if necessary, to a medium heat.  
 
Add the patties to the pan and fry on each side for 3-4 minutes, turning once, carefully. 
 
Meanwhile, bring a saucepan of water to a gentle simmer and add the eggs.  
 
Poach gently for 2-4 minutes, depending on how you like your yolk cooked. 
 
Place the potatoes on individual plates, add a patty and finish with a poached egg. 
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