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Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad

Poached egg, tuna and radish salad
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This is a Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad, made using a pullet egg (first, small eggs from a young chickens). It has higher ratio of yolk to egg whites and is perfect for making poached eggs.

You have come across a great resource, a blog with many Low FODMAP recipes for UK and not only, including lots of egg recipes. Egg are low FODMAP and are a wonderful nutritionally.

To find more information about pullet eggs, go to the Mac’s Farm website. Even Jamie Oliver is interested with this special local and seasonal product!

You don’t even need a dressing for this recipe, because the runny yolk acts like one. Plus canned tuna is moist as well.

If you didn’t learn how to prepare a poached egg yet, you will learn now, with this step by step recipe for a Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad.

This Low FODMAP egg salad  is:

– approved by a low FODMAP London dietitian, Evelyn Toner

– less then 150 kcal a portion

– a perfect light breakfast or lunch

– quick to prepare. The longest it takes to boil water for the poached egg!

– super tasty!

 

Poached egg and tuna salad
Poached egg and tuna salad

 

Ingredients for 1 low FODMAP poached egg salad:

1 pullet egg (or small free range egg)

80 g iceberg lettuce

3 radishes

80 g canned tuna in water

Fresh basil leaves to decorate

 

1 tbsp. of vinegar for making a poached egg.

 

Low FODMAP Poached egg salad
Low FODMAP Poached egg salad

 

Instructions for a low FODMAP Poached egg salad:

Take a small pot and fill it with water. Add a tablespoon of vinegar to the water. Place on the hob for boiling.

 

In the meantime chop the lettuce and arrange it on the plate. Then drain the tuna and place it on top of the lettuce.

 

Slice the radishes and arrange them around the salad.

 

It is time to make the poached egg.

Very fresh eggs are the best for making the poached eggs, because their whites are more firm.

 

With a bigger egg, you need to drain the excess runny whites on a small sieve. With this pullet egg, it is not necessary.

 

First break the egg into a small bowl. Then, when the water is boiling, create a whirl with a spoon and quickly drop the egg into the moving water. Lower the heat to medium. Cook 1-2 minutes, until you see that all white are set. The yolk should still be nice and runny.

 

In the end, using a slotted spoon, remove the egg from the water and place it on top of the salad. Decorate with few basil leaves and enjoy!

 

 

Poached egg, tuna and radish salad
Poached egg, tuna and radish salad

 

Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad

If you didn’t learn how to prepare a poached egg yet, you will learn now, with this step by step recipe for a Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad.
Prep Time10 mins
Course: Breakfast, Lunch, Salad, Side Dish
Keyword: Low FODMAP Poached Egg Salad
Servings: 1 portion
Calories: 146kcal
Author: Maria

Ingredients

  • 1 pullet egg (or small free range egg)
  • 80 g iceberg lettuce
  • 3 radishes
  • 80 g canned tuna in water

Fresh basil leaves to decorate

    1 tbsp. of vinegar for making a poached egg.

      Instructions

      • Take a small pot and fill it with water. Add a tablespoon of vinegar to the water. 
      • In the meantime chop the lettuce and arrange it on the plate. Then drain the tuna and place it on top of the lettuce.
      • Slice the radishes and arrange them around the salad.
      • It is time to make the poached egg.
      • Very fresh eggs are the best for making the poached eggs, because their whites are more firm.
      • With a bigger egg, you need to drain the excess runny whites on a small sieve. With this pullet egg, it is not necessary.
      • First break the egg into a small bowl. Then, when the water is boiling, create a whirl with a spoon and quickly drop the egg into the moving water. Lower the heat to medium. Cook 1-2 minutes, until you see that all white are set. The yolk should still be nice and runny.
      • In the end, using a slotted spoon, remove the egg from the water and place it on top of the salad. Decorate with few basil leaves and enjoy!

      Notes

      Learn how to make poaches egg!
      Try to se a pullet egg (buy it on the market) or another, small egg.

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