Before starting the low fodmap elimination, I was low key nervous. If you aren’t sure what fodmaps are check out my post here! The idea of not being able to have garlic or onions was heartbreaking (I know dramatic). I wasn’t too worried about meal prepping, but condiments was a whole different store.
It was super hard to find low fodmap condiments that were also paleo-friendly. A lot of them were filled with added sugar, preservatives, and I wasn’t about that. That is when I decided to make my own condiments. The first condiment to tackle is BBQ sauce.
This is my most used condiment during the week! It makes any dish taste better in my opinion. My favorite recipes to add it to is chicken thighs and any salad I throw together. With summer right around the corner, whether you are doing low fodmap or not, you need this BBQ sauce!
What I love about making my own condiments is you can make it once and it lasts for a solid couple months. It was a bit intimidating at first as you know what BBQ sauce taste like, but what are those flavors? Or what if I f*ck it up? Honestly, it doesn’t really matter as you tailor it to your tastes and health needs!
I definitely know in the future I want to make my own ketchup, salad dressings (I am really into just olive oil and infused vinegars), and maybe my own mustard! Who knows what I will think of? But I’ve chatted long enough!
Low Fodmap Fire Roasted BBQ Sauce
This is the perfect BBQ for all your grilling need this Summer!
- 1 can Fire Roasted Tomatoes (14.5 oz can)
- 1 can Tomato Paste (6 oz can)
- 1/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
- 1 tbsp Coconut Aminos
- 1 tsp Paprika
- 1.5 tsp Smoked Paprika
- 1/4 tsp Cayenne
- 1/2 tsp Powdered Mustard Seed
- 1/4 tsp Fish Sauce
- 1 tbsp Coconut Sugar (Optional)
- Add the tomato and tomato paste into a sauce pan.
- Turn to a medium heat and stir the tomatoes.
- Once it is simmering add in the rest of the ingredients besides the coconut sugar.
- Stir until it is well combined and let it reduce for 20-minutes.
- Taste it ever so often to adjust the salt and pepper and/or add the coconut sugar.
- Store in a mason jar and in the fridge!
I’d love to know if you make this recipe and be sure to share this with others who love BBQ sauce (which is pretty much all Americans)! Thank you so much for reading!