7 easy-to-make sibo meals you can cook this winter
A dip in the temperature tells us it’s the perfect time again to introduce classic winter recipes in our kitchen. Indeed, when the weather outside gets colder, there’s just nothing better than cosying up to some comforting, home-cooked SIBO meals.
Here are my 7 delicious and good-for-the-gut SIBO meals to help you get through the cooler weather while keeping yourself and family warm and healthy.
Thai Green Curry with Prawns
This Thai Green Curry with Prawns is perfect for those with sensitive tummies. If you love Thai green curry but can’t eat onion or garlic, you will love this recipe because it’s full of flavour without the use of those bothersome onions and garlic. This recipe will have you eating curry once more. Get the full recipe here.
Hearty Beef Stew
This SIBO-friendly hearty beef stew is easy to prepare and economical as well.You can save portions in the freezer for easy meals in the future. Just heat it up and you’ll get a steaming bowl bursting with flavour - a perfect SIBO meal for a cold winter’s night. Access the recipe here.
Succulent Lemon and Thyme Roast Chicken
This chicken recipe is a one-pot wonder! I’ve turned the traditional roast chicken into a succulent dish by adding a sensational lemon and thyme butter (or ghee) mix under the skin. It means the flavours melt into the chicken meat while keeping it extra juicy. It’s easy enough for a mid-week meal but fancy enough for your next dinner party. Get the recipe here.
Butter Chicken Curry
My Butter Chicken Curry is one of the my most downloaded recipes and an all-time favourite from the SIBO Family Favourites Cookbook. It doesn’t contain onion or garlic which means you can enjoy a beautiful Indian curry dish once more. Learn how to cook this dish here.
Spiced Carrot and Lentil Soup
Slow Cooked Beef Ragu
Enjoy a delicious SIBO meal with this slow-cooked beef ragu recipe. It uses cheaper cuts of meat so it’s more economical. You can freeze portions of it so you and your family can eat it again at another time. Try pairing it with zucchini noodles for a richer and more satisfying meal. Grab the recipe here.
Coq Au Vin
My coq au vin recipe is another easy dinner option that you can impress your family or guests with. It’s a SIBO-friendly version of the classic French stew that perfectly pairs chicken and bacon. I usually cook the chicken whole but you can also use pieces of chicken to make serving easier. Visit this recipe page for more details.
What Will You Be Cooking?
I hope these 7 SIBO meals will make eating for SIBO less stressful and more delicious during the cooler winter months. Head to the comments section below and tell me what you will be cooking.
Need More Recipe Inspiration?
My SIBO Family Favourites eCookbook is jam packed with delicious SIBO-friendly recipes that the whole family will love. Enjoy a range of breakfasts, main courses, desserts, drinks, sides and condiments.