Low Fodmap Simple Coleslaw Recipe
350g of red cabbage
1 large carrot
¼ cup of spring onion tops (green part only)
½ cup of low fodmap mayonnaise (I use Kewpie Mayo#)
1 tablespoon of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon of dijon mustard (I use Maille Dijon Originalle#)
Salt and pepper to taste
Finely slice the cabbage and grate the carrot. Using kitchen scissors, finely chop the spring onion tops. Combine the cabbage, carrot and spring onion tops in a bowl.
In a separate bowl add the mayonnaise, lemon juice/vinegar and mustard, stirring until combined. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
Combine the cabbage mix and mayonnaise mix, stirring until just combined (note: combining just before serving will ensure a crisper coleslaw).
Red cabbage: Low fodmap at 1 cup or 89g.
Carrots: No fodmaps were detected in this food. Eat freely and according to appetite (Monash Uni). Low fodmap at one medium (Fodmap Friendly).
Spring onion tops (green part only): Low fodmap at 1 bunch or 16g.
Mayonnaise (plain): Low fodmap at 2 tablespoons or 40g. Ensure no high fodmap ingredients have been added.
Lemon juice: Low fodmap at 1 teaspoon or 6g.
Apple cider vinegar: Low fodmap at 2 tablespoons or 42g.
Mustard: Low fodmap at 1 tablespoon or 11g. Ensure no high fodmap ingredients have been added.
# For a list of my favourite low fodmap products, see my Low Fodmap Supermarket Shopping Guide which is available for free to subscribers of my mailing list.