Chicken and Noodles is a traditional, down home American dish. You can use just about any kind of vegetable you’d like so long as you can tolerate it, giving it a slightly different flavor each time you make it. This is thankfully one of my regular recipes that needed little modification for my new low … Continue reading Chicken and Noodles
This distinctly Mediterranean dish captivates the taste buds with the pungent flavors of kalamatas and feta, complimented by oregano, tomatoes and scallions. Just be sure to choose a feta that only has 1g or less in carbohydrates per serving to meet any low FODMAP requirements, and if you’re sensitive to gluten or wheat carbohydrates, choose … Continue reading Greek Chicken Pasta
This pasta dish is loaded with great flavor, fiber and protein. You can choose just about any kind of chicken sausage you like, or use Italian or Kielbasa sausage instead if you’re having a hard time finding one that’s low FODMAP. I’ve used a variety of sausages and they all turn out good, but I … Continue reading Bowtie Pasta with Chicken Sausage
This is a long beloved dish that I stole from another restaurant (surprise, surprise) when they took it off the menu. Bob Evans served Chicken Monterey back when I was a struggling college student working for them for tips back in 1996 and I loved the combination of gooey Monterey jack cheese with bacon, fresh … Continue reading Chicken Monterey
These delicious, low FODMAP, expert level burritos will have guests super impressed with your culinary skills. The biggest secret? They aren't really that hard to make... Shhh!