Low FODMAP Baby Bok Choy with Oyster Sauce is a great starter or side dish to fish, chicken or meat dishes. This calls for Baby Bok Choy but you can buy regular Bok Choy and chop them into smaller sizes. Make sure to wash individual leaves properly.
Health Benefits of Low FODMAP Baby Bok Choy with Oyster Sauce
The Chinese vegetable Bok Choy, is a member of the cabbage family known to provide 21 nutrients. However, unlike other cabbage, it contains omega-3s as well as phenolic antioxidants. Due to its high beta carotene content, it is also high in Vitamin A. In addition to being a good part of an anti-cancer diet, Bok Choy is also believed to have anti-inflammatory benefits.
I generally buy my asafetida at an Indian spice store. If you don’t have access to one, the Rani Asafetida (Hing) Ground 3.75 oz on Amazon uses a bit of wheat as a binding agent, but most FODMAPers can tolerate such a small amount.
Look for an Oyster Sauce without MSG, like Wok Mei Gluten Free Oyster Sauce, 8 Oz. (2 Pack)
For vegetarians, you can switch out the Oyster sauce with 2 teaspoon Golden Mountain Seasoning Sauce, 20 Ounce + 1.5 tablespoon water.