LowFODMAP Guacamole

March 19, 2018

 You probably thought guacamole was off the table while you’re on this diet but it’s not! I’ve used edamame beans here as a way to make the 20g portion of avocado go further, which has the added benefit of extra protein and staying green for longer! You can have just over a cup and it’s lowFODMAP, although I would recommend having about 1/2 cup and using it to have Fully-Loaded Vegan Lo-Fo Nachos or Fajita Wraps! 

 

[Prep time: 10 minutes. Cook time: 0mins. Total time = 10 minutes]
Serves three to six people. 

 

INGREDIENTS 

 

150g (1 cup) edamame beans, defrosted
60g (1/3 cup) avocado
*Optional fresh chili to taste. 
1 pinch of salt
2 tbsp chives
1-3 tbsp water
2 tomatoes, common
1 lime, juiced
1 handful coriander

 

INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Blend the edamame beans, chives, salt and avocado in a food processor until smooth, you may need to add some water to loosen up the texture. 

  2. In a bowel combine chopped tomatoes, coriander and the juice of one lime with the avo-edamame cream. 

  3. Check the seasoning and enjoy.

  4. Store for 3-4 days in a jar or sealed tub. A squeeze of lime helps refresh the flavor but it should stay bright and green. 

 

You can see this recipe being made in the video below x
 

 

 

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