Artichoke dip has always been one of my favorite holiday appetizers. But until we recently reintroduced artichokes into our modified low FODMAP eating, it was strictly off the menu even though Monash OK’s up to 1/2 cup of canned artichoke hearts. However, even though we are both now OK with artichokes, the amount of onions, garlic and lactose found in most artichoke dip recipes doesn’t work for us. That’s why I created my own gut-friendly take on classic artichoke dip….
I don’t remember when or where I first had aioli. But I do recall that it was paired with a perfect baguette. And after that first experience, I made aioli at home pretty often, to eat with french bread as a carb-o-licious snack. Then I started dipping french fries into it. Which naturally led to roasted veggies. Adopting a low-FODMAP diet meant saying goodbye to the grated garlic that’s the key component of aioli.
Adopting a low-FODMAP diet meant saying goodbye to the grated garlic that’s the key component of aioli.
But it didn’t mean having to say goodbye to aioli, thanks to garlic-infused olive oil. Since our gluten-free, low-FODMAP diet meant making a lot more food from scratch, I came up with a low FODMAP faux aioli to act as a quick condiment….
It’s not a BBQ without my low FODMAP potato salad. Too often, potato salad contains red onions or other sneaky FODMAPs. This low FODMAP potato salad recipe replaces the common red onions with green onions. This gives that little bit of crunch that the dish needs without causing inflammation….