Makes 16 servings mini frittatas (limit 3 per serve)
These low FODMAP curried carrot & chickpea frittatas are one of my favourite snacks! They are also a great way to sneak a low FODMAP serving of legumes into your diet. Make sure you explore the website for more delicious low FODMAP snacks.
These low FODMAP mini frittatas freeze well and are lovely reheated in the microwave.
Low FODMAP note on chickpeas & tofu: Both canned chickpeas and firm tofu are stored in water, which allows the GOS content to leach out of the products and into the water, lowering the FODMAP content. Just make sure you drain both well and rinse the chickpeas before using. This recipe contains a low FODMAP serving of both products, providing you limit yourself to 3 frittatas at a time.
SERVES 16 mini frittatas (limit 3 per serve)
Garlic infused oil is normally found in the oil section of your local supermarket or you can buy it online. It should be clear with no floating bits of garlic.
You can also make garlic infused oil at home by frying garlic cloves in cooking oil until they are golden and fragrant, then remove and discard the garlic before you continue cooking your meal. This is a low FODMAP way to capture the garlic flavour as the fructans can't leach into the oil.
Buy chickpeas canned in water or brine (the oligosaccharides will leach into the liquid, which reduces the FODMAP content). Make sure you rinse the chickpeas well in water before using.
Check the mild curry powder does not include onion or garlic powder.
Make sure you buy firm tofu (these are often preserved in liquid, just drain the liquid off before using). The high levels of oligosaccharides/FODMAPs are drained off with the liquid during the manufacturing process, which makes the tofu low FODMAP. Avoid using Silken tofu as this product is high FODMAP.
Make sure the self raising flour is gluten free. We used one made from a mixture of rice flour, maize starch, tapioca starch, sugar, raising agents (450, 500), vegetable gum (Xanthan).
Avoid flour blends that contain soy flour, chickpea/besan/gram/garbanzo bean flour, lentil flour, coconut flour, amaranth flour, or lupin flour.
Buy a bunch of spring onions/scallions with long green leaves. You can use the green leaves in your low FODMAP meals, just make sure you avoid using the white stem and lime green stems as these are high FODMAP. Once you've harvested the leaves pop the spring onion/scallion bulbs into a glass of water on the window sill. The leaves will reshoot so you can harvest them again.
Low FODMAP milk options include lactose free milk, almond milk, hemp milk, macadamia milk, quinoa milk, rice milk (3/4 cup or less per serve), soy milk made from soy protein (not whole or hulled soybeans), UHT coconut milk (1/2 cup or less per serve).
Make sure your low FODMAP milk does not include high FODMAP ingredients like inulin (chicory root), agave syrup, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, molasses, or honey.
If using a dairy free alternative choose one that contains 120mg of calcium per 100ml serve, and 3g of protein per 100ml serve (this info is in the nutrition label).
There are no gluten free tips for this recipe.
Use a dairy free spread or olive oil spread instead of butter. Butter is considered low FODMAP.
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