When you visit your family’s place while on a medically restricted diet to determine your food intolerances for once and for all (hello, Failsafers out there, I feel you!)…
You expect to eat the same ol’ thing that you know is acceptable on the baseline diet.
It’s too hard to try and teach people what you need to be eating just for a short visit. But with the limited info I gave my mum, she managed to surprise me with these for lunch.
If you have no idea about the failsafe diet, don’t worry – this recipe is a keeper regardless! But for those of you doing the low chemical or failsafe diet, you’re in for a treat!
Sharing is caring so here they are!
- Paleo friendly (omit flour)
- Low FODMAP
- High protein
- 500g chicken mince
- 7 x 12cm stalks chives, chopped
- 3 tsp sea salt
- 1/3 cup of chickpeas, canned and drained
- Gluten-free plain flour to use when forming patties
- Butter for cooking
- Mix all ingredients together and form into 6 patties, using a little gluten-free flour.
- On medium heat, place butter in a pan and cook the patties each side for approximately 4 minutes.
- Serve with brown rice or potato mash and green beans.