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Low FODMAP Grilled Salmon

Are you coming out of winter hibernation? If you’ve spent the last few months curled up with some hearty recipes, you might be craving something lighter. Whether you’re specifically looking for something healthy, or fish is just your thing, you’re going to love these low FODMAP grilled salmon.

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In the spirit of full disclosure, you should know I don’t eat fishies. However, this recipe comes highly recommended by both friends and family. Lightly seasoned and grilled to crispy perfection, I’m more than confident you’ll enjoy it too.

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Keep It FODMAP Friendly

Since fish is a protein, it doesn’t have any FODMAPs. Since we aren’t adding any other high FODMAP ingredients, you can eat as much grilled salmon as you want without adding to your FODMAP load.

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Whose Side Are You On?

There are lots of sie dish options for your low FODMAP grilled salmon. You can try plain, or lightly seasoned rice, a delicious low FODMAP quinoa salad, or one of these 3 fun salad ideas.

You can also spice it up and use your leftovers for a pasta salad or serve it with your favourite greens. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @fodmapformula so I can see what you tried.

Low FODMAP Grilled Salmon
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
20 mins

Looking for a delicious FODMAP friendly lunch or dinner idea? Try this low FODMAP grilled salmon! Seasoned to perfection, these light, flaky fish filets will have your family coming back for seconds!  

Course: Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4 filets
Calories: 251 kcal
Author: The FODMAP Formula
What You Need
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 tsp dried basil
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • 1 lb salmon filet (deboned)
  • 4 lemon wedges
What You Do
  1. Preheat grill to 400-450 degrees. Combine the olive oil, basil, salt, and pepper in a small dish. Set aside.

  2. Cut fish into individual servings. If you want to cook your filets without skin, lay them on a cutting board skin up and trim it off with a VERY sharp knife (safety first!). Then brush the side you will place on the grill with your oil mixture. If you want to remove the skin during cooking, don't oil the grill or the skin, as you want it to stick!

  3. Once your grill has preheated, place your filets skin down on the grill and cook for 3-5 minutes (or until the bottom looks the way you want it). 

  4. When the filets are ready to be flipped, brush the top of each fish with your oil mixture. If you previously cut the skin off, flip the filets over and cook for an additional 3-5 minutes. 

    If you left the skin on, when the bottom is cooked, take your BBQ spatula and wedge it (assertively but not aggressively) between the skin and the flesh of the filet. Scrape the fish off of the skin (which should stick to the grill) and flip. 

    The fish is cooked when it flakes if you push on it and is the same colour all the way through. 

  5. Once your filets are ready, remove them from the grill and top with a squeeze of lemon. Serve immediately. 


Low FODMAP grilled salmon with vegetables and rice on plate
Low FODMAP grilled salmon with vegetables and rice on plate

Low FODMAP grilled salmon with vegetables and rice on plate

Two salmon filets on plate with lemon wedge with text overlay - ready to get light? Low FODMAP grilled salmon

This low FODMAP grilled salmon is a light and fresh way to kick off your summer. If you like this recipe sign up for my mailing list below. You’ll get new recipes and articles delivered right to your inbox.

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  • Kristina

    This is a family favorite for good reason!!!! Can’t go wrong with a gorgeous fresh salmon, and pair it with rosemary potatoes…add veggies of choice, and life is good. I just miss having a BBQ.

    • Amy Agur

      Hi, Kristina!

      Thanks for your comment! This is definitely a good candidate for a family meal. Sorry to hear about your BBQ situation, that sucks!

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