Eating low FODMAP food like fish has multiple benefits to our health and stomach.
It is notoriously good for keeping our IBS tummies in check and so easy to cook with.
Your bloated IBS stomach will benefit from eating fish as long as you don’t add any high fodmap ingredients to the recipes. Your stomach will be happy, IBS and pain-free if you base your diet around a fish menu. You will also be supporting responsible fish sourcing and your local businesses if you shop for your low FODMAP fish from a reliable and local source.
FODMAP Friendly Fish Recipes
These low FODMAP and stomach friendly recipes will not only help you to fill your body with highly nutritional and well-sourced fish but will keep your IBS symptoms under control. You can use these recipes to cook for one, or feed the whole family.
Fish is also really easy to freeze, so perfect for when you need a quick low FODMAP recipe after a long day at work. Just whack the oven on when you get in and cook using the instructions given to you by your local fish monger or store fish counter.
If you plan ahead you can defrost over-night and prepare fish cakes or fish pie before work ( for those of us who are insanely organised with meal prep.)
If you’re stuck for low FODMAP recipe inspiration this week, and just need something that will take no time or effort at all, you’re in luck.
5 Fodmap Free Fish Recipes For Weekdays
These recipes are all low FODMAP ( or easy to substitute to make low FODMAP ) and will take less than 30 mins of your precious time.
These easy to make fish burgers are low FODMAP if you remove the garlic for garlic infused oil. They’re easy to prep the night before and only take half an hour or so in the oven after work or school.They’re dairy and gluten-free.
Never miss out on fish and chips again. This healthy low FODMAP version is less fatty and greasy than the traditional fish and chips recipes. Serve them with sweet potatoes for a low GI side full of goodness. Don’t forget to sub the garlic out or use garlic infused oil instead!
These easy, low FODMAP brunch or breakfast recipe is perfect for lazy weekends. It is low in calories and will keep your stomach happy. If you tolerate milk keep it in , if not swap for your dairy-free alternative.
This Friday night salt and pepper squid recipe is an impressive but easy dish to make.
All it requires is a few simple ingredients and no prep. You can have it as a FODMAP free side dish or served as a main with brown rice or potatoes. This easy to make low FODMAP squid dish can be your go-to for dinner parties.
# 5 Salmon Frittata (use non- dairy if you struggle with it )
Frittata’s are the holy grail of low Fodmappers. They are the easiest dish to prepare in advance for snacks. Whisk a load of eggs up with some salmon and spinach. You can cook in a skillet or oven bake. You can have as a main with salad, or chop up and take to work in Tupperware boxes.
A simple to prepare and stomach friendly dish.