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Updated June 2022 by Serena Bansal Registered Dietitian BSc Hons
This is the perfect meal for anyone looking for a quick and healthy meal option whilst following the low FODMAP diet. You can adapt this recipe if you are on the low FODMAP diet by using the green part of spring onions instead of normal onion and switch the pasta to a gluten free variety.
It is also low GI, high in fibre and contains a lean source of protein.
- 4 large tomatoes chopped
- 1 small chilli finely chopped (adapt to your tolerance)
- 1/2 a regular onion diced (omit if you are following a low FODMAP diet or use the green part of a spring onion)
- 1 tablespoon of garlic infused oil
- 3 tablespoon of oregano
- 1 tablespoon of mixed herbs
- 400g tin of chopped tomatoes
- Salt/ pepper to taste
- 240g cooked and peeled king prawns
- 160g gluten free spaghetti
- Start boiling the linguine
- Heat the oil in a pan for 30 seconds
- Add the onions and chilli – cook until soft (4-5 minutes)
- Add the chopped tomatoes and herbs – cook for 1 minute
- Add the king prawns – stirring continuously, cook for 1-2 minutes (until warmed through)
- Take off the heat, season and serve with the linguine – ENJOY!
Energy – 394kcal
Carbohydrate – 42.4g
Sugar – 18.7g
Fat – 8.6g
Protein – 29.4g
Low in fat
Low in saturates
Low in sugar
Kirsten Jackson is a UK registered Consultant Gastroenterology Dietitian and founder of The Food Treatment Clinic. She has undergone many qualifications to get where she is today, including a UK BSc Honours Degree in Dietetics and Post-Graduate Certificate in Advanced Dietetics. In addition to this, she has FODMAP Training from Kings College London University. Kirsten set up The Food Treatment Clinic in 2015 after first experiencing digestive problems herself. She felt that the NHS was unable to provide the support individuals needed and went on to specialise in this area before opening a bespoke IBS service. Kirsten also participates in charity work as an Expert Advisor for the IBS Network. In addition, she can be seen in publications such as Cosmopolitan and The Telegraph discussing IBS as an Official Media Spokesperson to the IBS Network.