Low Fodmap crispy pork crackle paired with tender moist pork, sweet coconut rice, and a tangy peanut soy sauce. I’m salivating while I type this.
Even my dad was a fan of this pork dish. Mum and I also had a fight in the kitchen over an escaped piece of pork crackle…
I know dinner is a good one when there is silence at the dinner table. Everyone was far too busy eating to talk. All I could hear was the crunch and crackle from the crispy pork rind. Yum!
Just a quick IBS note… this meal is high in fat so if your IBS is triggered by fatty or rich foods then this recipe isn’t for you. If you don’t have issues with that, then, by all means, tuck into this dish.
And before you guys call me out. Yes, canned coconut milk does have a low FODMAP serve so you can enjoy it in this recipe. I’ve done all the math for you to make sure everything is within low FODMAP servings 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 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.
Check the crushed ginger does not contain garlic. Crushed ginger is grated ginger that has been preserved in a jar. You can swap it for fresh ginger if you prefer.
Check the peanut butter does not contain high FODMAP ingredients like honey, high fructose corn syrup, inulin (chicory root), or agave syrup.
The amount of wheat in regular soy sauce is low FODMAP, however if you are feeling concerned you can buy gluten free soy sauce (Tamari).
Check the peanut butter is gluten free.
If you are highly sensitive to gluten, check all packaged products, processed meat (like bacon), nuts, seeds and dried fruit do not contain a warning for trace gluten. If you are just on the low FODMAP diet you do not need to worry about this.
There are no dairy free tips for this recipe.
In 2013, Alana was diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. She also suffers from coeliac disease, is allergic to nuts and is intolerant to dairy products. This means she understands how difficult it can be to cook with multiple food intolerances. Her exp... Read More
Joanna is a foodie, an accredited practising dietitian and a registered nurse, who is passionate about digestive health. She now works exclusively in IBS and food intolerance in her Melbourne based private practice Everyday Nutrition. Joanna works alon... Read More