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Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad

Low FODMAP Smoked mackerel, feta and tomato salad
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Sometimes you can create an amazing combination of flavours just by using up what you have. This Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad was made in tomato season, when not only they are cheaper, but also taste great. Radishes and basil I used from the garden and combined with fresh smoked mackerel and feta cheese this salad was truly wonderful. Radishes gave a bit of crunch and mackerel with feta some saltiness. 

 

Low FODMAP smoked mackerel and feta salad

 

Ingredients for a Smoked Mackerel, Feta and Tomato Salad:

150 g fresh tomato

 

80 g smoked mackerel

 

Feta Cheese (40 g)

 

6 Radishes, raw

 

1 tbsp Basil, fresh

 

10 servings of Olive Oil Spray

 

a pinch of Salt

 

a pinch of Black Pepper

 

 

Smoked mackerel, feta and tomato salad
Smoked mackerel, feta and tomato salad

 

Instructions to prepare this lovely salad:

Slice the tomato in thick pieces. Place them in a plate, together with a sliced radishes.

 

Flake the smoked mackerel and place on top. Cube the feta cheese and sprinkle on top of the salad.

 

Season to taste and decorate with a basil leaves.

 

Enjoy!

 

Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad

 

 

To find more wonderful Low FODMAP salad recipes, go here in Fit FODMAP Foodie blog.

 

Low FODMAP Smoked mackerel, feta and tomato salad
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5 from 1 vote

Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad

Sometimes you can create an amazing combination of flavours just by using up what you have. This Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad was made in tomato season, when not only they are cheaper, but also taste great.
Prep Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Appetizer, Lunch, Salad, Side Dish
Keyword: Low FODMAP, low fodmap lunch, low fodmap salad, low fodmap smoked mackerel salad
Servings: 1 serving
Calories: 434kcal
Author: fitfodmapfoodieuk

Equipment

  • knife
  • scale
  • Tablespoon, teaspoon

Ingredients

  • 150 g fresh tomato
  • 80 g smoked mackerel
  • Feta Cheese 40 g
  • 6 Radishes raw
  • 1 tbsp Basil fresh
  • 10 servings of Olive Oil Spray
  • a pinch of Salt
  • a pinch of Black Pepper

Instructions

  • Slice the tomato in thick pieces. Place them in a plate, together with a sliced radishes.
  • Flake the smoked mackerel and place on top. Cube the feta cheese and sprinkle on top of the salad.
  • Season to taste and decorate with a basil leaves.
  • Enjoy!

Notes

For this recipe and in general I would suggest using original Greek feta cheese and not "Feta style" cheese. It is because the original one has been tested for FODMAPs.

 

Check A Little Bit Yummy for a great article about Low FODMAP cheeses, including feta.

 


 

Below is a gallery of other SALAD recipes on Fit FODMAP Foodie blog. To find them, simply go to the “SALADS” category on the RIGHT.

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Low FODMAP Smoked Mackerel and Feta Salad”

  1. 5 stars
    This is my favorite lunch. I did substitute the smoked mackerel with smoked trout as I couldn’t find the mackerel, but my local Trader Joe’s will soon have it in stock.
    Thank you for your recipes. I couldn’t get through my new diagnosis without you.

    1. Ohh yes, I love that salad, too.
      Can you just let me know how have you found my blog?
      Happy to help!
      Maria

      1. Maria,
        I found your blog when I googled Low FODMAP diet.
        I have found your blog to be very helpful. The only problem I have had is translating grams into ounces, teaspoons or cups etc., but so far so good. From that statement you can see I live in the USA and we don’t use grams, I did find a conversion chart that helps somewhat.
        That said, you have helped me the most and I want to thank you.
        Gail

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