Crispy Shrimp Parmesan (low FODMAP & gluten free)

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Hey friends…I am just back from FNCE, which is the big annual meeting of The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AKA: the Dietitian’s Super Bowl).  Now, I am ready to dive back into work. Today, I have a delicious one skillet low FODMAP and gluten free recipe for you! A nice warm, hearty dish for the fall/winter season…Crispy Shrimp Parmesan.

Disclaimer: This post includes a paid affiliate link for a FODY foods product and FODY foods is my client. This is not a sponsored post however, I just wanted to share this delicious recipe with you! 

Most everyone knows about Eggplant, Chicken and Veal Parmesan…but have your tried Shrimp Parmesan?! I suggest you do!  Adding shrimp to your diet is a great way to boost your high quality protein seafood intake including heart healthy omega-3s. I purchase frozen, de-shelled and deveined shrimp to keep on hand in my freezer so I can make all types of shrimp recipes more easily during the work week. Unlike many “Parmesan” recipes –this one is baked, which lightens up the fat content of the dish (eating too much fat can be a trigger for some but not all with IBS)–but tastes just as good.

We loved this dish! Of course,  my husband did…he is Italian!

I made this recipe with FODY foods Arrabbiata Pasta Sauce, which is Monash University low FODMAP certified, and is free of onion, garlic and gluten. I will be doing a give-a-way on my Instagram account starting later today with all 3 FODY foods pasta sauces! If you are not following on Instagram, click here to follow me, join the fun AND enter for a chance to win these delicious sauces!  Arrabbiata sauce is a delicious pasta sauce with an extra little kick of heat (slightly spicy!)—and can be purchased here. 

2 replies on “Crispy Shrimp Parmesan (low FODMAP & gluten free)

    • katescarlata

      Most cheeses that are not “wet” like ricotta and cottage cheese fit well into a low lactose and low FODMAP diet. The lactose is in the wet part of milk. The 1 cup portion is for the whole recipe. Monash allows 1/4 cup mozzarella per serving.

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