Then look no further. One of the biggest issues people have with a low FODMAPs diet is flavour. We’ve whipped up this super quick Low FODMAPs Marinade and used it on a salmon fillet. That being said, this would also work well with lamb or kale, or many other options!
To keep this bad boy FODMAP friendly we infused the oil with garlic. To get the real garlicky flavour we suggest slicing the ends off the cloves before putting them in the oil. Make sure you count how many pieces go in so you can be sure that you’ve taken them all out once the oil is flavoured.
As we mentioned in the podcast, we (Bec & Joe) have different ways we like to cook salmon. Bec likes to use the griller (or broiler) under the oven on medium-high. She starts skin side down and grill for 4 minutes and then flips it and grills for another 4 minutes. Joe likes to BBQ. Using the grill plate cook skin side down for 4 minutes (or until you can see it cooking well up the sides and then flip it and cook for a further 4 minutes. (Pictured is the BBQ method).
One of the biggest issues people have with a low FODMAP diet is a lack of flavour, so we’ve whipped up this super quick marinade and used it on some fresh salmon fillets. We infused the oil with garlic rather than including the garlic itself, to keep it low FODMAP friendly – to get the most garlicky flavour, we suggest slicing the ends off each garlic clove before adding them to the oil. Make sure you count how many pieces go in so that you can be sure you’ve taken them all back out once the oil is flavoured.
This recipe was featured on episode 138 of the podcast; to learn more about the low FODMAP diet check out the podcast we did on Low FODMAP Dinner Recipes.
Recipe Tester Feedback: “So much flavour in such a short time. The marinade for this salmon was perfectly balanced to not overpower the taste of the fish.” – Kerry
No: Gluten / Dairy / Egg / Nuts
garlic cloves – 4, peeled and both ends sliced off