Low FODMAP Bolognaise (8 serves)
In developing a new recipe for someone on a low FODMAP diet, I like to think about what you might miss the most when you take FODMAPs out of your diet. For this bolognaise recipe, I am thinking garlic and onions.
You need: 2 teaspoons garlic infused oil; 1 tablespoon olive oil; 2 celery stalks (finely diced); 1 kg lean beef or lamb mince; 2 medium cans (400g each) of canned crushed tomatoes; parsley; basil; 2 carrots (grated); 2 zucchini (grated)
What to do: Heat oils in a frying pan, add oils and celery, cook until softened. Add mince and turn up heat so that meat browns. Keep stirring and breaking down chopping meat. Once mince is browned, add tomatoes, herbs and other vegetables and stir them in. Keep cooking and breaking up mince until it is fine. Add extra water if more moisture is needed to make a sauce. Serve with wheat free pasta, rice or with corn chips.
Enjoy – and let me know what you think of it here.
Blogged by Kerith Duncanson – June 2015