Low FODMAP Broccoli Slaw

Since my low FODMAP coleslaw is such a big hit with both kids, I thought perhaps I could disguise or change up another one of our staples: broccoli. I had a nice head of broccoli in the fridge that needed to get eaten. TQ likes broccoli best raw, but it is getting a little tiresome. Inspired by my recent coleslaw recipe, I decided to shred it and make a low FODMAP broccoli slaw. It was just as yummy; TQ was a fan!

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Here, I finely chopped the entire head of broccoli, florets, stems and all. (for the stems: shave off the outer skin with a veggie peeler and then use the tender center)

I sourced my garden of fresh herbs for some added flavor. These were very finely chopped to just blend in with the broccoli. Tonight’s harvest included parsley, oregano, dill and a green scallion top. The dill was especially delicious with the broccoli! And no matter what herbs you use, I recommend the dill!

Add a dollop of vegan mayo and stir, adjust seasoning after a little taste. It really didn’t need much salt or pepper, the ingredients were flavorful on their own. The broccoli was nice and crunchy with a lot of texture.

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Tonight, I served this low FODMAP broccoli slaw with our favorite cheeseburger casserole.  Hope you are enjoying your summer!

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Low FODMAP Broccoli Slaw

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Ingredients

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1 head of broccoli

fresh herbs – parsley, cilantro, dill, green onion tops

1/4 cup vegan mayonnaise

Instructions

Chop the broccoli, including the stem. 

Finely chop the herbs and mix with the broccoli. 

Stir in the mayonnaise and add salt and pepper to taste.

Chill for 30 minutes to allow flavors to meld before serving. 

  • Author: Karina K.
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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for offering suggestions to this harried cook. We just found out that my husband is allergic to fructose to add to the gout, and interstitial cystitis. I am having a hard time determining WHAT he can eat. I do not appreciate the lists of all the things he CAN’T eat. I just need to focus on what will work for him. Thanks, again,
    Gloria

    • Oh boy! that’s tough! Let me see if I can research some info. I understand your frustration! It’s tough to navigate, feel free to drop me a note anytime! It helps having support 🙂

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