Old red wine, fennel, allspice, and beef... this incredible combination of aromatic vegetables and spices was not only perfect comfort food on a blustery winter night, it's by far the best stew I've ever made. Thanks to SIBO for teaching me to get more creative!
Freshly grated ginger, freshly chopped mint and cilantro, combined with cinnamon, cloves, and a bit of jalapeño for those of you who like it hot... your SIBO diet isn't going to feel the least bit restrictive when you taste these fantastic kebabs—from a recipe shared by my dear friend Zeema's adorable Indian mama.
When I looked in the basket containing the last of my summer vegetable harvest, this recipe pretty much jumped out at me. Eggplant + red peppers + tomatoes = caponata—a perfect complement to pan-fried pork chops from our local farmer!
Butterflying or "spatchcocking" a chicken helps it cook faster, while coating the vegetables roasted underneath it with tasty juices. Whatever are you waiting for? It's super easy to do!
Before SIBO, I'd make Swiss Steak with onions, garlic and Worcestershire sauce. After SIBO, I had to learn new ways to develop complex flavors without those ingredients. This recipe is a perfect example of how you can create maximum flavor and still be completely SIBO-friendly! (Plus it's really awesome to come home to, on a dark and rainy night...)
When you've been asked to bring 'a big pasta salad' to a friend's potluck, what's a SIBO diet person to do? This super simple recipe for zucchini "pasta" (aka zucchini noodles, or "zoodles") is great as-is, or it makes a perfect base to create your own unique "pasta salad" -- my recipe includes list of add-ons to inspire you to create your own!
One of the things that SIBO diet sufferers often miss is the taste of pizza. So I attempted to fix this problem. But after looking at the result, I have to ask... is it a pizza? Is it a frittata? You decide.
Our record-breaking hot weather required something that could go on the grill with as little kitchen time as possible. The answer? These delicious SIBO diet-friendly Grilled Shish Kebabs. A very low sugar "barbecue" marinade makes them perfect for diabetics, SIBO folks, and anyone trying to avoid sugar.
This marinade is one of the best things I've ever created. SIBO-friendly, low FODMAP, gluten free, it was AWESOME on beef short ribs, and would probably taste equally good on chicken skewers or pork kebabs.
This is so simple I feel guilty making a recipe out of it, but for the sake of everyone who's asked, enjoy! It's easy, delicious, and great for a potluck or picnic.
This island-inspired SIBO-friendly meal is made with grilled chicken breasts—leftover chicken makes this a fast weeknight meal, or pick up a couple grilled chicken breasts from your local deli.
At first I imagined Julia waggling her finger at me for my ingredient substitutions... but after recalling her infallible advice during the "messy potato pancake" episode, I decided to take a chance. The result was... delicious! And perfect for SIBO Diets, or Paleo diets, or Vegetarians if you remove the fish. 🙂
With its surprising balance of tart, sweet, and toasty flavors, all melded together by the natural pectin in strawberries into a light, velvety sauce, I'm definitely making this again...
There's nothing better than wild-caught halibut in spring. This fresh sautéed tomato "salsa" is a great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
Cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, rosemary, tomatoes... our SIBO-friendly Moroccan chicken is fragrantly spiced and beyond delicious.
Love scalloped potatoes? There's no need to forego this comfort food just because you have SIBO. With a few substitutions and a little ingenuity, this recipe transforms the scalloped potato concept into a SIBO-friendly meal that you might like even more!
These meat loaf / meatball ingredients go beyond paleo and SCD diets to adhere strictly to the legal "green" / low FODMAP column of the SIBO Specific Diet Food Guide.
By omitting garlic and onions, Thai Swimming Rama can still be delicious *and* SIBO-friendly.
My favorite way to make butternut squash soup. Be sure to use coconut milk without guar gum thickener.
We eat a lot of salmon in the Pacific Northwest (and raise a lot of blueberries too). This recipe combines the best of our region.