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Low FODMAP Poké bowl with salmon

The poké bowl trend has been going on for a while now and sharing a recipe for a low FODMAP poké bowl has been on my list for a very long time, but I didn’t find the time to make a recipe until now.

Last week, I finally had the chance to make it and because it is such a simple recipe to make low FODMAP, I didn’t want to keep this recipe from you.

You can vary with the ingredients that you add to the poké bowl. Ingredients that I didn’t use, but are very nice in a low FODMAP poké bowl are for example: carrot, red cabbage or edamame beans.

A low FODMAP poke bowl with salmon, avocado and cucumber
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Een low FODMAP poké bowl waar iemand stokjes insteekt om een stukje zalm te pakken

Low FODMAP Poké bowl with tuna

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  • Author: Karlijn
  • Total Time: 30 mins
  • Servings: 2 1x
  • Diet: Low Lactose


A recipe for a low FODMAP poké bowl with salmon. Fresh raw salmon in soy sauce with seaweed salad and cucumber. Lactose-free.


  • 120160 g white rice (depending on how much you eat)
  • 12 tbsp rice vinegar (check that it doesn’t contain FODMAPs, such as fructose)
  • 250 g very fresh raw salmon
  • 200 g cucumber, in cubes
  • ¼ avocado, in slices (avocado is low FODMAP up to 1/8 avocado per serving)
  • Optional: 100 g seaweed salad*

For the marinade

  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 tsp rice vinegar
  • 1 tbsp sesame seeds


  1. Boil the rice according to the instructions on the package.
  2. Cut the salmon into cubes and put it together with the ingredients for the marinade in a bowl. Stir together and put into the fridge.
  3. Drain the rice after cooking and stir in the rice vinegar.
  4. Divide the rice over two bowls. Put the cucumber, slices of avocado and seaweed salad on top. Divide the pieces of marinated tuna over the bowls and serve immediately. You can add some more soy sauce and sesame seeds if you like.


*Seaweed has not been tested on FODMAPs yet. Because other seaweed products, such as nori sheets, are low FODMAP, I expect seaweed salad to be low FODMAP too. The seaweed salad that I bought contained a little bit of wheat, but as soy sauce also contains wheat I didn’t expect this to give any problems. If you are still in the elimination phase, it is better not to eat the seaweed salad. You can test how you react to seaweed salad after the elimination phase. You can replace the seaweed salad with nori sheets, edamame beans or grated carrot.

  • Prep Time: 30 mins
  • Category: Dinner
  • Method: Boiling
  • Cuisine: International

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