I had some free time today & decided to develop a few FODMAP friendly recipes. Asian food uses lots of low FODMAP ingredients so I found it quite easy to cook Asian style low FODMAP dishes.
To organise myself, I found some old business cards that were blank on one side. I wrote on each cards individual low FODMAP ingredients and serving sizes (some by groups) as recommended by the Monash university. Now I am feeling a lot more confidence.
And here is the my lunch – fried rice with beef, egg, beansprout, capsicum, carrot, coriander, lightly spiced with cumin.
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Thai food always brings back memory of a pink restaurant where I worked for a few years during my university days.
The restaurant was owned by a kind Vietnamese couple – An the husband and Ly the wife. Ly looked after 3 young children and worked in the tiny kitchen every night. An was a full time engineer who managed the dinning room and delivered takeaway food.
When they spoke about their past, I could see Ly’s eyes sparkled, and warm smiles on An’s face. In the old days back home, Ly was known as the ‘Saigon rose’ for her exceptional beauty, and An was a young, well educated officer working for the American army.
I learned to cook some wonderful dishes from Ly. One of my favourite was a ‘xa ot’ dish, meaning lemongrass and chili.
Here is my version of a xa ot chicken.
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