Rutabaga kale hash (low fodmap)

Ok guys, as requested here is another low fodmap recipe!

I had no idea how many people really wanted to see my recipes but I’m so excited to share some. I am in no way an expert on low fodmap cooking but I think this dish turned out great!

Again, FODMAPS are types of dietary sugars that can cause gastrointestinal problems for people with SIBO or IBS. They are technically called Fermentable Oligo-saccharides, Di-saccharides, Mono-saccharides and Polyols. Basically, these types of carbs get fermented in our guts and cause symptoms like bloating and gas. If you want more info I highly suggest getting the Monash University Fodmap app!

Anyways, this recipe came to me while searching things I could eat and finding a rutabaga at the farmers market. I was making breakfast and was craving some sweet potatoes but I can’t have those, so my first thought was… how about the rutabaga.

I decided to sauté it in coconut oil and combined it with kale because I’m always trying to get in my greens and wow, it was delish!

So there you have it, my super complex, scientific way of recipe development! Haha! Give it a try with some eggs or as a side dish with dinner and let me know if you like it!


1 large rutabaga

1 bunch kale

2 tbsp (or more) Coconut oil




Peel rutabaga and chop into bite sized cubes

Heat coconut oil in a pan, use enough to coat it generously

Add rutabaga to pan and sautee until they start getting tender

While those cook, chop the kale into bite sized pieces

Once the rutabaga is tender, add the kale.

Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste and sautee until both are cooked until soft.



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