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Easy and Tender Low FODMAP Lamb Shank Recipe

A one pot recipe for a flavorful meal that everyone will remember. (minus the bloat!)
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Difficulty: Intermediate Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 90 mins Total Time 1 hr 35 mins
Servings: 2
Best Season: Suitable throughout the year


Discover how to cook a low FODMAP, bloat-free, and exquisitely tender lamb shank in your Dutch oven with this straightforward recipe. Ideal for those with food intolerances, this dish marries simplicity with gourmet flair, ensuring a delicious meal that's as easy on your stomach as it is on the eyes. Follow these steps to prepare a lamb feast that is sure to impress, without the worry of digestive discomfort.

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

Impress everyone with this easy and bloat free recipe!

Nutritious, colorful, low FODMAP & bloat free ingredients



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          1. Preheat Oven Start by preheating your oven to 425°F (220°C). This high temperature is perfect for searing the meat and locking in flavors.
          2. Prepare Vegetables Wash the green beans and cherry tomatoes, and peel and slice the carrots and ginger. Set aside as these will cook alongside the lamb, infusing it with their natural flavors.
          3. Sear the Lamb Heat 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil in a Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add the lamb shank and sear on all sides until it develops a slight brown crust. This step enhances the meat’s flavor and texture.
          4. Add Vegetables and Season Place the prepared vegetables around the seared lamb shank in the Dutch oven. Drizzle the remaining 2 tablespoons of oil over the vegetables and season everything generously with salt and black pepper. Add the rosemary sprigs to the pot, laying them on and around the lamb for an aromatic boost.
          5. Add Liquid and Bake Pour in the low FODMAP chicken broth or water. Cover the Dutch oven with its lid or tightly with aluminum foil if you’re using a lidless pan. Transfer to the oven and bake for 1 to 1.5 hours, depending on how tender you like your lamb.
          6. Broil for a Crispy Finish Remove the cover and switch your oven to broil. Broil the lamb shank for 10-15 minutes, or until the top is beautifully browned and crispy.
          7. Serve and Enjoy Your low FODMAP lamb shank is ready to delight. Serve hot from the oven and enjoy a gourmet meal that’s both easy to prepare and gentle on your digestive system.


          This lamb shank recipe not only promises a delicious meal but also a hassle-free cooking experience and a digestible feast. It’s perfect for a fancy dinner at home or a special occasion that calls for a dish that's as kind to your stomach as it is pleasing to the palate. Enjoy your culinary creation without the worry of food intolerances disrupting your meal.

          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 one pot meal 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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