This velvety walnut sauce with its unique combination of spices is a great way to break up the monotony of weeknight meals... plus it comes together in an hour!
This green molé sauce is loaded with rich, complex flavor. While it may take a little while to make, the results (and extra sauce ready for another meal) is well worth it. Substitute canned green jackfruit for the chicken to make it vegetarian!
Great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a picnic... this no-crust quiche will keep your SIBO tummy happy.
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!
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 these perfect for diabetics, SIBO folks, and anyone trying to avoid sugar... and if you omit the chicken, you're all set for a vegetarian meal too!
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.
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. 🙂
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!
By omitting garlic and onions, Thai Swimming Rama can still be delicious *and* SIBO-friendly. Substitute jackfruit for the chicken and you've got a tasty vegetarian meal!
My favorite way to make butternut squash soup. Be sure to use coconut milk without guar gum thickener.
This blend of spices paired with sage is especially comforting on a blustery winter evening.
This delicious recipe comes together in under 30 minutes. Prepare it as a vegetable side dish or add cooked chicken for a main meal.
With a few simple herbs and spices and a little extra time to develop the flavors, no one ever misses the garlic in this SIBO version of an old Italian favorite.
This simple combination of ingredients results in such a rich flavor, even our non-SIBO friends can't believe it contains no onions or garlic.