If you're new to the Low FODMAP Diet, juggling multiple dishes, over multiple days can be a recipe for disaster. But, you don't need to panic! Since potatoes don't have any FODMAPs, these low FODMAP dill and lemon potatoes are an easy way to manage your FODMAP load over the holidays!
These low FODMAP dill and lemon potatoes are one of my new holiday favourites! I'm sensitive to most FODMAPs, so balancing my FODMAP load over the holidays makes me break into a cold sweat. By working in side dishes I know are low FODMAP, I can keep myself full without worrying about FODMAP stacking.
These potatoes are the perfect sidekick for a holiday meal! They're quick and easy to make and have a clean, bright taste your whole family will enjoy.
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Keep It FODMAP Friendly
Looking for a quick and easy side dish idea? These low FODMAP dill and lemon potatoes are the perfect sidekick for your next holiday bash! Check out the notes below for tips on keeping this recipe FODMAP friendly!
First up is potatoes. According to Monash University, potatoes are one of the few magical foods that don't have any detectable FODMAPs. That means you can eat as many potatoes as you want without adding to your FODMAP load.
Next up is butter. If you're in the elimination phase of the Low FODMAP Diet, you normally need to use lactose-free products. However, since butter is all fat, it doesn't actually contain any FODMAPs. Just make sure to check the ingredients for “milk solids” and you're good to go!
Our recipe also uses dill. According to the Monash app, dill is safe in servings of 1 bunch. Though, Monash doesn't list a maximum serving. Our recipe uses 1/4 cup of dill, which is well within the recommended range.
Last but not least is lemon zest. Lemon zest isn't in the Monash app specifically. However, Monash has several recipes on their blog with 2 tbsp of lemon zest or more in addition to lemon juice. This recipe uses about 2 tbsp of lemon zest for 8 servings. This is less than the amount used in Monash's published recipes.
Pick Your Headliner
The citrus-based flavour of these low FODMAP dill and lemon potatoes are the perfect complement to fish or poultry dishes! Give it a try with this grilled salmon, with these seasoned chicken breasts, or my roasted chicken recipe!
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Worried about managing your FODMAP load this holiday season? These low FODMAP dill and lemon potatoes will add a ton of flavour, without the FODMAPs!
- 2 lb mini potatoes, white
- 4 tbsp unsalted butter
- 1/4 cup fresh dill, chopped
- 1 lemon, zested
- salt and pepper to taste
- Cook your potatoes in salted boiling water for 15 to 20 minutes (until tender). Reserve 1/4 cup of the cooking water and drain the rest.
- Toss your potatoes with butter and the reserved water. Followed by the dill, lemon zest, and salt and pepper. Serve warm.
Recommended low FODMAP serving size – 0.5 cup
- Category: Side Dish
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 0.5 cup
- Calories: 166
- Sugar: 1
- Sodium: 37
- Fat: 6
- Saturated Fat: 6
- Unsaturated Fat: 0
- Trans Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 68
- Fiber: 2
- Protein: 2
- Cholesterol: 15
Keywords: Dill, Lemon, Potatoes, Boiled Potatoes, Mini Potatoes
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