I was thinking back to my student days when I had lunch at a Richmond cafe called The Baked Potato. As the name suggests they were dishing up baked potatoes by the dozens served with a variety of different toppings to choose from. If my memory serves me well, I think I ate my potato with a kidney bean chilli, cheese, some coleslaw and sour cream. I remember being well satisfied with this meal; it was hot, filling and oh, so tasty.
These days, however, I don’t think I would be ordering quite the same dish with kidney beans and the cabbage in the coleslaw. So I got to thinking about how I would construct a low FODMAP baked potato…
Baked Potatoes with Cos Coleslaw FodMap Recipe
A little butter to melt over the hot potato is always a yummy start, but how about some chopped herbs to liven it up?
A quick sauté of lean bacon, capsicum and corn could be good. Now for some fresh salad; I know I don’t tolerate cabbage very well so I think I will try using a sturdy Cos lettuce in its place. A sprinkle of grated cheese and a little sour cream will finish it off nicely…I think this will work well.
Let me know what you think?