This recipe for No FODMAP Vegetable Salad is part of our series on NO FODMAP FOODS! Be sure to check out our No FODMAP Chicken Paillard, No FODMAP Sautéed Shrimp and No FODMAP Baked Potato, too. This salad combines carrots, cucumbers, red bell pepper and red radishes for a crunchy, nutritious, low fat and no FODMAP treat. A perfect paring for whatever dinner you are preparing.
No FODMAP Vegetables
We also have a No FODMAP Leafy Green Salad, featuring no FODMAP leafy endive (also called curly endive or frisée), red leaf and butter lettuce. This salad here is ALL ABOUT THE CRUNCH!
Our no FODMAP carrots, radishes, red pepper and cucumbers are all cut in shapes that maximize their crunchy texture.
This salad is simple to make. Just prep the veggies, toss them together and season with salt and pepper, a drizzle of olive oil, or use a little bit of our No FODMAP Malt Vinegar Salad Dressing, if you like. Note that it will not be gluten-free if you use the malt vinegar dressing.
Make sure to visit our other No FODMAP recipes to help you build your meals throughout the days and weeks:
- No FODMAP Baked Potato
- No FODMAP Fruit Salad
- No FODMAP Malt Vinegar Salad Dressing
- No FODMAP Leafy Green Salad
- No FODMAP Rice
- No FODMAP Chicken Paillard
- No FODMAP Steak
- No FODMAP Cod
No FODMAP Vegetable Salad
This recipe for No FODMAP Vegetable Salad is part of our series on NO FODMAP FOODS! Be sure to check out our No FODMAP Chicken Paillard, No FODMAP Sautéed Shrimp and NO FODMAP Baked Potato, too. This salad combines carrots, cucumbers, red bell pepper and red radishes for a crunchy, nutritious, low fat and no FODMAP treat. A perfect paring for whatever dinner you are preparing.
- 6 red radishes, trimmed, sliced crosswise into discs
- 2 medium carrots, trimmed, peeled and cut crosswise into discs
- 2 small Persian cucumbers or half an English hothouse cucumber, cut crosswise into discs
- 1 red bell pepper, cored and cut into strips
- Kosher salt; optional
- Freshly ground black pepper; optional
- Olive oil; optional
- No FODMAP Malt Vinegar Salad Dressing
Simply toss the vegetables together and the salad is ready to enjoy.
You can season with salt and pepper if you like or add a little No FODMAP Malt Vinegar Salad Dressing. Serve immediately.
Our recipes are based on Monash University and FODMAP Friendly science.
- Carrots: Carrots have been lab tested and deemed low FODMAP by both Monash University and FODMAP Friendly. According to Monash carrots contain no FODMAPs.
- Cucumbers: Both Monash University and FODMAP Friendly have lab tested cucumbers. FODMAP Friendly gives them a “Pass” at ½ cup (64 g).Monash states that no FODMAPs were detected upon lab testing and set a serving size at ½ cup (75 g).
- Red Bell Peppers: Red bell peppers have been lab tested by Monash University and have shown no detectable FODMAPs. FODMAP Friendly has lab tested red bell peppers and states that 1 small pepper at 75 g is low FODMAP.
- Red Radish: Both Monash University and FODMAP Friendly have lab tested red radishes. FODMAP Friendly gives them a “Pass” at 2 radishes (40 g).Monash states that no FODMAPs were detected upon lab testing and set a serving size at 4 radishes (75 g).
Please always refer to the Monash University & FODMAP Friendly smartphone apps for the most up-to-date lab tested information. As always, your tolerance is what counts; please eat accordingly. The ultimate goal of the low FODMAP diet is to eat as broadly as possible, without triggering symptoms, for the healthiest microbiome.
All nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutritional content will vary with brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more. For a more detailed explanation, please read our article Understanding The Nutrition Panel Within Our Recipes.
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2 comments for “No FODMAP Vegetable Salad”
Hi, I got this recipe as a recently email but I can see it was 2020 and since then red capsicum has been updated and isn’t a ‘fodmap free’ or at the amount stated of 75g
Hi there, it is complicated. The recipe is still as it stands. You can read more HERE on tests and re-tests and what they mean. Basically, especially with fruits and vegetable, Monash EXPECTS changes. And, the produce you buy will also be different from what they test at any given time. Please review raw article.