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Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole

Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole
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Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole, with added vegetables, is an amazing dish that you can prepare quickly and easily, both in a slow cooker (recommended) or in a standard medium pot on the stove.

Personally I prefer to chop all of the vegetables and prepare the meal in the morning. Then just chuck it all in the slow cooker and forget about the dish for a whole day. When you come back home you just need to cook some starchy food, such as rice, pasta or potatoes to accompany the casserole.

 

Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole
Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole

 

Low FODMAP CHICKEN MARINARA CASSEROLE,

WITH A FODY’S MARINARA SAUCE

Even though the Marinara sauce is usually used for typical pasta dishes, here it plays its role of casserole sauce very well. *You can buy it here, in a Fody’s UK website.

Instead of Fody’s Marinara sauce you can also use chopped tomatoes or pasta and season the sauce to your liking. But it definitely won’t be the same flavour.

 

This dish of Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole, with a variety of vegetables (including an aubergine, carrots and paprika) tastes fantastic!

The meat, after many hours of slow cooking in soft and tender. Vegetables add character to it. Also, thanks to the fact that everything is coated with a sauce and vegetables are covered, maybe you can transform some family’s fussy veg eaters to accepting even an aubergine?

 

 

Did you have a chance to try our recipe for a Stewed Chicken and Chickpeas?

Recipe available after clicking on the picture below ↓↓↓

 

Chicken and chickpeas with coriander
Chicken and chickpeas with coriander

 

INGREDIENTS FOR A Low FODMAP CHICKEN MARINARA CASSEROLE:

1 tbsp Fody’s shallot infused oil – it is a great alternative for those who can’t have onion, as it gives its flavour and aroma to the dishes.

You can purchase it directly in here.

The Fody store delivers in the UK and beyond and I have to say that products arrive in one piece, perfectly wrapped and protected.

 

8 chicken thighs, no skin, no bone

 

1/2 leek, green part only (160 g)

 

1 pepper /half red and half yellow/

 

1 tbsp mixed herbs

 

1/2 large aubergine /180 g/, diced small

 

2 carrots, grated

 

500 ml low FODMAP chicken stock

 

3 tbsp tomato paste

 

salt, pepper

 

A 550 g jar of Fody’s Marinara sauce – it is another tested Fody’s product, which is onion, garlic and gluten free. It is full of flavour and it is quite a big portion, so depending how much you add to it, it can last you for 4-6 portion. I used it here for a slow cooked dish, but since it is a cooked sauce already, it is perfectly good just heated up and served with some pasta.

 

Chicken Marinara Casserole
Chicken Marinara Casserole

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE A CHICKEN MARINARA CASSEROLE:

This recipe is for a slow cooker, but the dish can be also cooked in a casserole dish or a medium pot. Time of stunning the meat and vegetables will shorten, even to 1-2 hours. Initial steps are exactly the same.

 

First, season the chicken thighs with salt and pepper on both sides. Take a removable pot out of the slow cooker and place it onto stove and a medium heat. Place a tablespoon of shallot infused oil inside. Fry the chicken thighs on both sides until golden.

 

It is time now to add all of the vegetables. Simmer everything for a few minutes and add the Low FODMAP chicken stock.Mix it all and bring to the boil. Add the Marinara sauce, tomato paste and mixed herbs.

 

Bring to the boil again and place the removable pot back in the slow cooker. Turn it on for about 6-8 hours, depending on power used (higher setting requires shorter cooking times and lower setting requires longer cooking times).

 

When you come back home, a lovely aroma will invite you to the kitchen!

 

Just serve it with favourite starchy food, such as pasta, rice or vegetables.

 

 

Enjoy!

 

To find other CHICKEN RECIPES, click on the collage picture below ↓↓↓

 

Low FODMAP dinner recipes
Low FODMAP dinner recipe

 

For the same chicken recipes, but in POLISH, go to the Przepisy Low FODMAP blog.

 

Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole

Low FODMAP Chicken Marinara Casserole, with added vegetables, is an amazing dish that you can prepare quickly and easily, both in a slow cooker (recommended) or in a standard medium pot on the stove.
Prep Time20 mins
slow cooking time6 hrs
Course: Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine: British, Italian
Keyword: casserole, low fodmap casserole, low fodmap chicken caserole, Low FODMAP dinner
Servings: 6
Author: fitfodmapfoodieuk

Equipment

  • slow cooker

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp Fody’s shallot infused oil - it is a great alternative for those who can't have onion as it gives its flavour and aroma to the dishes.
  • 8 chicken thighs no skin, no bone
  • 1/2 leek green part only (160 g)
  • 1 pepper /half red and half yellow/
  • 1 tbsp mixed herbs
  • 1/2 large aubergine /180 g/ diced small
  • 2 carrots grated
  • 500 ml low FODMAP chicken stock
  • 3 tbsp tomato paste
  • salt, pepper
  • A 550 g jar of Fody’s Marinara sauce - it is another tested Fody's product which is onion, garlic and gluten free. It is full of flavour and it is quite a big portion, so depending how much you add to it, it can last you for 4-6 portion. I used it here for a slow cooked dish, but since it is a cooked sauce already, it is perfectly good just heated up and served with some pasta.

Instructions

  • This recipe is for a slow cooker, but the dish can be also cooked in a casserole dish or a medium pot. Time of stunning the meat and vegetables will shorten, even to 1-2 hours. Initial steps are exactly the same.
  • First, season the chicken thighs with salt and pepper on both sides. Take a removable pot out of the slow cooker and place it onto stove and a medium heat. Place a tablespoon of shallot infused oil inside. Fry the chicken thighs on both sides until golden.
  • It is time now to add all of the vegetables. Simmer everything for a few minutes and add the Low FODMAP chicken stock.Mix it all and bring to the boil. Add the Marinara sauce, tomato paste and mixed herbs.
  • Bring to the boil again and place the removable pot back in the slow cooker. Turn it on for about 6-8 hours, depending on power used (higher setting requires shorter cooking times and lower setting requires longer cooking times).
  • When you come back home, a lovely aroma will invite you to the kitchen!
  • Just serve it with favourite starchy food, such as pasta, rice or vegetables.
  • Enjoy!

If you wish to view this recipe in Polish, please click on this logo below:

 

PLF Przepisy low FODMAP logo
PLF Przepisy low FODMAP logo

 

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