(Updated 2017) by Lee Martin MSc RD
This is my favourite recipe from my first week on the Low FODMAP diet. Follow below for the full recipe…….
1 good quality salmon fillet, washed and patted dry with kitchen paper
A few fresh rosemary leaves & a pinch of dried oregano
1 tbsp (tablespoon) garlic infused oil
½ lemon, juice only
Pinch of salt
4 tbsp oil (rapeseed / olive)
2 medium sized baking potatoes, cut into half (or quarters if you prefer)
Heat the oven to 200°C. Put 2 tbsp oil in a medium sized baking tray and roll the potatoes in this and bake for 40 minutes turning a couple of times.
Mix all the other ingredients together in a small pouring jug to make a dressing.
Place the Salmon in a small baking tray and pour ¾ of the dressing over.
Bake the fish in the oven for about 8-10 minutes (uncovered)
Remove fish and pour juices back over the Salmon.
Serve with the roast potatoes and pour ¼ of the dressing left over the potatoes and around the plate.
This can be served with vegetables or a side salad.
For example roast some vegetables during the last 20 minutes of cooking the potatoes.
Time: 50 minutes
Preparation: 10 minutes
Cooking: 40 minutes
Alternative: Use different herbs / fish / vegetable servings / try boiled potatoes
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