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Simple Oven-Baked Salmon with Low-FODMAP Vegetables

Simple Oven-Baked Salmon with Low-FODMAP Vegetables
Baked salmon with carrots, tomatoes in cast iron skillet with rosemary on top. Baking tray of parsley potatoes next to cast iron skillet pinit View Gallery 4 photos
Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 30 mins Total Time 35 mins
Servings: 2


Introducing your go-to recipe for a delightful and easy dinner—oven-baked salmon with low-FODMAP vegetables. This dish is not only scrumptious and straightforward to whip up, but it also fits seamlessly into a bloat-free, low-FODMAP diet. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and crafted with gut-friendly ingredients, it's ideal for anyone looking to enjoy a hearty meal without discomfort.

This recipe ticks all the boxes: it's Low FODMAP, pescatarian, plant-based, and perfect for those managing IBS or anyone seeking a bloat-free meal. 

And best yet, it's good for your heart and soul, and everyone will love it!!

Nutritious, colorful, low FODMAP & bloat free ingredients



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                                1. Preheat Your Oven: Heat your oven to 375°F (190°C) to ensure it's ready for cooking.
                                2. Season the Salmon: Season both sides of your salmon fillets with salt and pepper and place them in a baking pan.
                                3. Prepare the Vegetables: Add a measured amount of cherry tomatoes and sliced carrots to the pan with the salmon. Drizzle olive oil over these vegetables to enhance their flavor and aid in roasting.
                                4. Season the Potatoes: On a separate baking sheet (or together with the salmon if there’s enough room), arrange the small potatoes. Season with salt, pepper, and chopped parsley. Drizzle with olive oil and shake the tray to ensure an even coat.
                                5. Bake: Put everything in the oven and bake for 20-30 minutes, or until the salmon is flaky and the vegetables are tender.


                                This oven-baked salmon with low-FODMAP vegetables is more than just a delicious dinner—it's a thoughtful, nutritious choice that caters to those managing their digestive health. Perfect for anyone looking for a satisfying, bloat-free meal, it's sure to become a favorite in your recipe collection.

                                Dive into this flavorful, health-conscious dish that brings the best of nutritional science to your table, all while keeping your stomach happy and satisfied!

                                Why This Dish Is a Game-Changer for IBS Sufferers:

                                • Tailored for Digestive Health: By focusing on low FODMAP ingredients, this recipe is designed to minimize common IBS triggers, helping you enjoy your meal without the worry of aggravating your symptoms.
                                • Rich in Nutrients: Despite being gentle on the gut, this quick salmon bake does not skimp on nutrition, offering a balanced meal that supports overall health.
                                • Versatile and Easy: Suitable for any meal, this recipe is a testament to the fact that managing IBS symptoms doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor or convenience.

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                                Keywords: Fiber, Gluten Free, Low FODMAP, Prebiotics, Bloat free recipe, Food intolerance,
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