This recipe for a Low FODMAP Thai Pork Burgers, if I remember well, I had from Matt Roots from FABB – For a Better Body. I tried to find it online again, but I couldn’t. Luckily, I had this recipe saved, because the final result tastes great!
Matt Roots’ FABB Facebook Page
It was lovely, a little bit spicy (you can adjust the amount of spice by adding less chili.)
For some LOW FODMAP dieters, chili can be a trigger, so swap it for smoked paprika or omit it, if needed.
Because it is so low in calories, I allowed myself 2 servings with a salad. Here, on the picture, it is served with lettuce leaves and yellow beans, a local variety of green beans. I don’t think that they have beed checked, so to be sure, you can have green beans instead.
For now, feel invited to try this recipe at home and let me and Matt know what you think!
This recipe has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner. Find interesting articles about Nutrition, IBS and FODMAP on her blog.
Ingredients for 5 servings of a Low FODMAP Thai Pork Burgers:
450 g Lean minced pork
small handful of fresh coriander leaves
1/2 piece of green chili pepper (I used red chili pepper)
4 spring onion, green parts only
salt, to taste
Instructions for 5 servings of a Low FODMAP Thai Pork Burgers:
Preheat the oven to 175 C.
Mash up the mince with your hands, in a bowl.
Add the rest of ingredients and mix well until combined.
Shape into 5 burgers, then put on a baking tray, sprayed with oil.
Cook in the oven for 10 minutes.
Turn over and cook for further 10-15 minutes. Juices from the burger should be clear when it is properly cooked.
Nutrition facts per 1 burger:
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