This almond butter lime dressing is a delicious and versatile low fodmap salad dressing spiced with the Thai flavors lime and ginger. The low fodmap sauce is made with almond butter, fresh lime, ginger, tamari, and honey.
The fodmap-friendly salad dressing is suitable for people with IBS that are on the FODMAP diet. The addition of tamari provides a savory and perfectly salty flavor to complement the lime and ginger. You can also substitute tamari for Himalayan salt to make this SIBO salad dressing suitable for phase 2 of the SIBO diet.
Honey is a natural sweetener allowed on both the low FODMAP diet and SIBO diet in amounts of 1 teaspoon. The dressing makes 2-4 servings, making a small amount of sweetener per serve.
Is almond butter low fodmap?
Almond butter has been tested by Monash University and is low FODMAP. Although if you are on a strict Low Fodmap diet do not exceed 1 tbsp of almond butter per serving. As with many FODMAP foods the serving size matters. Using the Monash University FODMAP app will tell your which foods are high and low fodmap and is helpful during the initial stages of following the low FODMAP diet for IBS.
As your symptoms of IBS improve you should be able to tolerate high FODMAP foods again or at least increase the serving size of some foods so always pay attention to your individual symptoms. If you listen your body will tell you what you can and cannot tolerate. A FODMAP app helps you identify what foods you are likely to tolerate and what foods are high fodmap and likely to irritate IBS. But you are unique. For now, you can enjoy a tbsp of low fodmap almond butter in this delicious low fodmap salad dressing!
Ways to use this low FODMAP salad dressing
You can also make a nourishing low FODMAP buddha bowl with the almond ginger-lime dressing by frying up a chicken breast or ½ a cup of tempeh with basmati rice. Chop up some fresh low fodmap vegetables such as carrot, cucumber, red pepper, and coriander to accompany the chicken and rice, then drizzle the almond butter lime dressing on top. Mmm, so yummy!
This is a liver cleansing low FODMAP salad that is served with the almond butter lime dressing.
Finding a low FODMAP salad dressing recipe that is versatile is vital for enjoying low FODMAP vegetables. You can use the almond butter lime dressing as a dipping sauce for fresh vegetables, a buddha bowl dressing, or a low fodmap dressing for rice paper wraps.
The almond butter lime dressing is fantastic as a stirfry sauce over protein of your choice, basmati rice, and low fodmap vegetables.
The ideas are endless with all the ways you can use this low FODMAP salad dressing with almond butter. Let me know your favorite way to use this creamy ginger-lime dressing for SIBO and IBS!
Ginger is a fantastic culinary herb to use on the SIBO diet or low FODMAP diet as ginger has antimicrobial properties, helps to reduce bloating improves motility.
Finding an excellent low FODMAP dressing is essential for enjoying your vegetables and salads. I hope you love the almond butter lime dressing as much as I do 😊
Almond Butter Lime Dressing – The Best Low FODMAP Salad Dressing
- immersion blender
- ⅓ cup almond butter
- 2 tbsp lime juice
- 1 tbsp tamari
- 2 tsp honey
- 6 tbsp water
- 4 tsp fresh ginger
- Dice 4 tsp of fresh ginger and combine in a wide mouth mason jar with all the ingredients. Blend until smooth and creamy using an immersion blender.