My mom is on a strict FODMAP diet because of IBS and she can't eat any kind of beans. Hummus is a big part of her daily diet and I'd love to make her a replacement. She also can't have onions, garlic, or gluten. Ideas?
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Sam is a trusted home cook.
Babaganoush. Made with eggplant. However tahini paste is on the 'no list'.
Is this a diet a doctor recommended? Like a real MD and not a Mountain Doctor, like Granny?
Another dip that's really wonderful is muhammara. It's made with red peppers, walnuts, bread crumbs (which I'm sure could be substituted with a GF version), and pomegranate molasses. Most recipes involve garlic, but you can take it out. I often eat it alongside hummus, and I think they would be good substitutes! Ottolenghi has a nice recipe.
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What does she eat the hummus for? If spread, dip or mostly snack, various in addition to eggplant & pomegranate already mentioned, like artichoke spead, pesto, tzatziki (all custom nade w/o offending ingredients).
If for protein, consider egg salad, slow roasted meat as sandwiches or in gravy, fish spreads like those made from mackerel or whitefish.
Meg is a trusted home cook.
Carrot hummus from Diana Henry's Simple.
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
romesco sauce (roasted red bell pepper), toasted hazelnuts, fresh parsley, salt, black pepper, red-wine vinegar and olive oil)
and this scrumptious Portuguese red-pepper paste from Genius Recipes, nothing better than this stuff! :https://food52.com/recipes...
Our gastroenterologist recommended The same diet. If she can tolerate dairy you can puree cottage cheese as a base for all kinds of flavors.
I have not made this recipe, but I've had good luck with every other recipe I've tried from this site.