Low FODMAP Cioppino is a hearty Italian-American seafood stew originating from San Francisco. There are hundreds of ways to make this but usually chock full of FODMAP “foe” ingredients like onion and garlic. Feel free to omit or add different varieties of seafood like calamari or crab legs. I’m not a huge fan of mussels so I often replace all or half of them with clams. Keep in mind though, even if you’re not a fan of certain shellfish, they do add to the overall broth flavor. Obviously be mindful if you have shellfish allergies.
This stew requires a lot of different ingredients so pay attention to labels. Below are my favorite brands:
Korean Red Chili Flakes, Gochugaru (1 Lb) By Tae-kyung, which is just chili flakes (many common chili powders like McCormick’s contain garlic powder); Muir Glen Organic Crushed Tomato with Basil, 28-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12) (I buy it by the case) and Garlic Infused Olive Oil.