RECIPE: Crunchy Italian Salad

Lower-Histamine, Crunchy Italian Salad:

Any combo of the following:

  • simple chicken cooked in a saute pan with garlic powder, salt and oil (I use Trader Joe’s frozen tenderloins and start them from frozen. I use a lid to hold in moisture until they have turned opaque, take it off and let some moisture escape, and then put it back on with low heat so they will brown a little.)
  • blanched green beans
  • red bell pepper (Costco has bag of about 6 peppers that are marked as Non-GMO certified)
  • artichoke hearts (I cook a bag of frozen and rinse in cold) (Trader Joe’s)
  • chicory leaves (Belgian Endive) (Trader Joe’s)
  • jicama

Dressing:

  • Tuscan Herb Olive Oil (infused w basil, oregano, thyme?)
  • lemon juice w a little zest or whichever acid you want
  • salt
  • pepper
  • stevia
  • onion powder
  • garlic powder
  • dried basil

I use lemon juice, because even though citrus is a histamine liberator, I just can’t live without it!  I don’t have much problem with it, especially compared to vinegar.  Although, I would use distilled vinegar if I didn’t have lemon. I recently read on healinghistamine.com that apple cider vinegar is the best for histamine intolerants, but of course, she doesn’t mean “raw cider vinegar.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *