Light marinades, fresh salads, and grilling-out make for the perfect meal. This Low FODMAP Marinated Salmon with Quinoa Salad is easy, healthy & best of all, it’ll leave you feeling oh-so-good!

Forget sacrificing your digestive comfort for less-than-healthy “comfort foods!” Instead, load up your plate with delicious and powerful low FODMAP foods! Salmon is so rich in omega-3s while quinoa, radishes, and cucumbers are full of healthy antioxidants your body needs. Throw in a little feta, marinate your salmon in a light, lemony marinade, and you have a flavor packed meal that you’ll want to eat over and over again. Here’s how to make this delicious Low FODMAP Marinated Salmon with Quinoa Salad — the best part is, it’ll only take you 30 minutes!

What You’ll Need:

Fresh salmon (6 oz. per adult, 3 oz. per child)

2 lemons

3 tablespoons olive oil

Handful of basil leaves, chopped

1 cup cooked quinoa

1/2 a cucumber cut into slices and then cut into small cubes

1/4 cup feta cheese

6 radishes washed and sliced thinly

Salt & Pepper

What You’ll Do:

  • Let’s start with the marinade! Combine the juice of 1 lemon with 3 tablespoons of olive oil, salt and pepper to taste, and the chopped basil leaves
  • Cover your salmon filets with the marinade and cover. Allow them to sit in the fridge for at least two hours before grilling
  • For the Quinoa Salad, add the cooked quinoa in a bowl with the sliced radishes, cubed cucumber, and the feta
  • Mix the salad ingredients gently with a spoon and season with the juice of one lemon, a tablespoon of olive oil, and salt & pepper to taste
  • Now add the marinated salmon to a hot grill — cooking till the salmon is grilled on the outside but still moist on the inside (8+ minutes depending on thickness)
  • Serve the grilled salmon on a plate with the quinoa salad and garnish with radishes and basil!

Make this fabulous low FODMAP Marinated Salmon with Quinoa Salad your own with these fun suggestions:

  1. Use chicken instead of salmon with this lemon marinade
  2. Use lime or orange in place of lemon
  3. Switch up the herbs by using cilantro or mint
  4. Use tomatoes instead of radishes in the quinoa salad

Try serving these Low FODMAP Chips and Salsa as an appetizer and then for something sweet, try these refreshing Low FODMAP Ice Pops with kiwi and strawberries. Enjoy your Labor Day weekend with these fabulous low FODMAP recipes — being low FODMAP doesn’t mean you can’t have delicious food. Change Your Meals, Change Your Life!

Nutrition Information:
Salmon Makes 4 Servings (6 ounces)
360 calories, 24 grams fat, 0 grams carbohydrates, 0 gram fiber, 0 gram sugar, 35 grams protein
Quinoa Makes 4 Servings
96 calories, 4 grams fat, 11 grams carbohydrates, 2 gram fiber, 1 gram sugar, 4 grams protein