💭Flavoursome quinoa, chicken and veggies (an adapted recipe from Sue Shepherd's "The Two Step Low-FODMAP Diet and Recipe book)👏🏻
🤷🏼♀️An easy and healthy recipe, great for lunch or dinner prep!
➖Mustard seeds, ground coriander seeds and tumeric fried in a bit of garlic infused oil
➖1 and 1/2 cup quinoa🍚
➖3 cups chicken stock to cook the quinoa (I used the Massels as it doesn't have onion or garlic)
➖Roast chicken, shredded🍗
➖Spring onion (green part only)
And mix it all together ✨
Norwegian Polar bread (Polarbrød)
4 spoons lactose free quark (kesam)
2 spoons fiberhusk
2 tbsp baking powder
1/3 tbsp salt
Whisk everything together well.
Let the batter swell for 10 minutes.
Make six circles on a baking sheet.
Bake at 225 degrees for 12 -15 minutes.
Cool on a rack.
Polar breads can be kept about four or five days. Id you are going to keep them for longer than that, I'd freeze them. You can of course use regular quark if you do not have lactose intolorance. So good and so easy to make! Try! Inspiration from @livefinnoykvamme #ibs#lowfodmap#nomilk#lactosefree#glutenfree#healthyfood#healthyeating#healthyliving#annikensfood#healthylowfodmap