Low Fodmap Rice Noodle Recipes – * See the FODMAP tips, the dairy tips and the gluten-free tips for the ingredient descriptions above the recipe.
Just say YES to this hearty low FODMAP cheat veggie noodle bowl. It’s simple, it’s flavorful, and it has a super homey satay vibe. It’s also a dish that helps you feel like you’re working in life since you can have it on the table in 15 minutes.
Low Fodmap Rice Noodle Recipes
Garlic oil can usually be found in the oil section of your grocery store or you can buy it online. It should be clear with no floating pieces of garlic.
Low Fodmap Slow Cooked Asian Style Pork
You can also make garlic oil at home by frying garlic cloves in cooking oil until golden and fragrant, then remove and discard the garlic before continuing to cook the meal. This is a low FODMAP way to capture the garlic flavor as the fructans cannot leach into the oil.
Buy a bunch of spring onions/scallions with long green leaves. You can use the green leaves in your low FODMAP meals, just be careful to avoid using the white stem and lime green stems as these are high FODMAP. Once you’ve harvested the leaves, place spring onions/scallions in a glass of water on the windowsill. The leaves will regenerate so you can harvest them again.
Note that the peanut butter does not contain high FODMAP ingredients such as honey, high fructose corn syrup, inulin (chicory root), or agave syrup.
Crushed/mashed red chillies are just fresh red chillies that have been mashed into a paste (usually with a little salt and preservatives). You can often find it in jars at the supermarket. If you can’t find it, then you can replace it in the recipe by using finely chopped mild red chillies.
Chicken Ramen Noodle Soup
The amount of wheat in regular soy sauce is low FODMAP, but if you are concerned, you can buy gluten-free soy sauce (Tamari).
Choose a stock that does not contain onions or garlic. Massel has a selection of low-FODMAP, gluten-free and vegan stock powders that are certified as low FODMAP. This product can be brought online worldwide and is available in some supermarkets. Also check the Monash University FODMAP Diet App or FODMAP Friendly App for more options. Or use our homemade chicken stock or vegetable stock.
If you are very sensitive to gluten, check that all packaged goods, processed meats (such as bacon), nuts, seeds and dried fruit do not contain a trace gluten warning. If you’re just on a low-FODMAP diet, you don’t need to worry about this.
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Gluten-free Singapore noodles recipe! This recipe is authentic and just like what you get with takeout. It is low FODMAP and dairy free too.
Mark’s Gluten Free Singapore Noodles recipe is perfect if you’ve been missing out on all the Chinese takeaways! This recipe is low FODMAP and dairy free too.
Every time Chinese takeout is ordered at family gatherings, Mark ends up making me something special so I never miss out. This is one of the first things he made for me so I thought I’d share his Gluten Free Singapore Noodles recipe with you today!
Vegan Low Fodmap Pad Thai
Even this recipe has changed and been updated over the year and I’m proud to say that after 4 years of making this dish… I think we finally nailed it.
To be honest, the first iteration of this recipe was really a bit “well, it looks like this and the taste isn’t far off”. But we can do better than that these days!
What you would order from a chinese takeaway. You can even have someone ring your doorbell and deliver it to you if that makes you feel more normal!
So since I based this recipe on them, how about my favorite Singapore noodles from a local takeaway?
Low Fodmap Rice Paper Rolls
IIRC, they’re light and slightly crunchy with a lovely spicy, curry flavor throughout. But then there is so much goodness hidden in these noodles too!
I remember catching red peppers, prawns, little sticky bits of Char Siu pork, chicken and lovely fluffy bits of egg. Friday night perfection.
That’s it. I’m talking about the sentence above. No, the sentence above that! I promise you, it’s just the same in almost every way.
I actually have a special recipe if you want to make your own Gluten Free Char Siu Pork from scratch to throw into this recipe. But it’s definitely not a must if you just want a quick and easy dinner!
Low Fodmap Thai Peanut Noodles
Oh and like the look of my shrimp bread in the photos? Yes, they are 100% gluten free and made by Mark too – you can find his gluten free shrimp bread recipe here.
If you want to make more of Mark’s Chinese takeaway recipes, check out this post for more: 10 Gluten Free Chinese Takeaway Recipes You Won’t Believe You Can Eat.
Can you make this low FODMAP? Yes, you definitely can – just use this low FODMAP curry powder from Sainsbury’s or you can make your own low FODMAP curry powder here.
*Check out the blog post above for links to my Gluten Free Low FODMAP Char Siu Pork Recipe and my Low FODMAP Curry Powder Recipe.
Low Fodmap Chicken Coconut Curry Noodles
Thanks for reading my How To Make Gluten Free Singapore Noodles recipe! If you make it, I’d love to see how it turns out. Make sure you send me a pic using my social media links below…
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If you liked this, why not check out my Gluten Free Sweet and Sour Chicken – Cantonese Style? Or my gluten-free Chinese chicken curry? Low FODMAP Thai Peanut Noodles feature whole grain brown rice spaghetti, protein-packed turkey and colorful FODMAP-free vegetables tossed in a Thai peanut sauce. This low-FODMAP meal can be ready in about 30 minutes.
This is one of my back pocket recipes. You know the ones you keep around for those nights when you’d-really-rather-order-take-out-but-know-you’ll-feel-better-later-if-you-just-cook-something-kinda-nights.
Low Fodmap Main Meals
But if you’re looking for a low-FODMAP meal that’s simple and delicious and reminiscent of takeout, these Thai-inspired peanut noodle bowls are for you!
These easy bowls feature a simple peanut sauce that uses sweet, salty, spicy and sour ingredients to mimic the flavors typically found in many Thai dishes.
The sauce is then tossed with brown rice spaghetti, browned turkey and FODMAP-free vegetables for a nutritious and flavorful meal.
Add these ingredients to your shopping list to make one batch (or 4 servings) of these low FODMAP Thai Peanut Noodles:
Keto Lo Mein With Low Carb Asian Noodles
In this section, I share information about specific ingredients that are either frequently asked about or have suggested serving sizes to stay low FODMAP. We each have unique tolerances and nutritional needs. Please listen to your body (and if possible, work with a FODMAP trained nutritionist) to determine what is best for you. For more information on low FODMAP portion sizes, please see the Monash FODMAP app and the FODMAP Friendly website or app.
Rice pasta is a type of gluten-free pasta. Gluten-free pasta has a recommended low-FODMAP serving size of 1 cup (cooked) or 145 grams. Rice pasta is also a source of low-FODMAP whole grains. Some brands I enjoy are Tinkyada, Jovial, and Trader Joe’s.
Low FODMAP broth can be a great way to add low FODMAP flavor. Many store-bought options contain high FODMAP ingredients such as garlic and onions. Read labels and avoid products that contain these high FODMAP ingredients. My choice is Fody’s Low FODMAP Vegetable Broth, but you can find other options here.
Peanut butter in the US is considered low FODMAP in servings of 2 tablespoons or 32 grams. Check labels and avoid products that contain higher FODMAP ingredients such as molasses or high fructose corn syrup. My pick is Smucker’s Natural Peanut Butter.
Grain Free Chicken Long Rice
Soy sauce, or soy sauce, is low FODMAP in servings of 2 tablespoons or 42 grams. Soy sauce contains small amounts of wheat at levels that should be tolerated by most people with IBS. If you need a gluten-free or wheat-free diet, tamari sauce is a suitable alternative.
To prevent dishes from being too salty, I prefer to cook with lower sodium versions. Sodium (or salt) is a mineral and has no effect on FODMAPs (carbohydrates).
Garlic oil is a popular way to add low-FODMAP garlic flavor to the low-FODMAP diet. My current favorite is Colavita Roasted Garlic Olive Oil (technically garlic flavored oil) which has been certified as low FODMAP by Monash University. Learn more about why oil with garlic
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