Guest Post: Tasty Low FODMAP singapore noodles recipe

August 23, 2013 Off By Laura TMOT
For a tasty, low FODMAP recipe, Singapore Style Noodles tickle the taste buds but are easy on the stomach. For those who suffer from IBS it is a healthy alternative that should not trigger flare-ups with their condition. This dish is simple to prepare and is a nutritious choice as well. It’s a delicious blend of spices, noodles, chicken, and vegetables that is easily digested and is a beneficial alternative for maintaining an ideal weight as well.
FODMAP-friendly Singapore Noodle ingredients:

·         100g/3 1/2 oz of cooked chicken breast, shredded

·         100g/ 3 1/2 oz smoked bacon, finely chopped

·         2 tbsp groundnut oil

·         1 red chilli, minus seeds, finely chopped

·         1 tbsp grated fresh root ginger

·         2 tsp tumeric, ground

·         1 red pepper, minus seeds, sliced

·         1 handful of julienned carrot strips

·         1 handful of beansprouts

·         250 g vermicelli rice noodles, soaked in hot water 10 minutes and then drained

·         1 tsp crushed diced chillies

·         2 tbsp light soy sauce

·         2 tbsp oyster sauce

·         1 tbsp cider vinegar or clear rice vinegar

·         1 free-range egg, beaten

·         A dash of toasted sesame oil

Preparation Method for Tasty Low FODMAP Singapore Noodles
The first step is to heat a wok to the point that it begins smoking. The groundnut oil should then be added. The ginger, turmeric, and chilli comes next. Everything should be stir fried for a few minutes. Stir in the bacon and cook for fifteen to twenty seconds. Toss in the chicken, beansprouts, carrots and red pepper. Stir fry the whole mixture for one minute. Now it’s time to bring in the noodles and give them a toss for one to two minutes. Get ready to spice things up with the soy sauce, oyster sauce, chillies, and vinegar. Stir all ingredients until they are thoroughly blended. When adding the beaten egg, give everything a gentle stirring for about a minute. The dash of sesame oil is the final touch.

Pour everything on to a dish and it’s time to enjoy this satisfying treat without the digestive issues that trouble so many of us. Dig in! Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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