Miss being able to eat takeout without the symptoms of acid reflux? Try this delicious acid-friendly cashew chicken recipe! For the sauce it does call for 1 tbsp of rice vinegar, this vinegar has the highest pH of the vinegars, however if you still have issues with rice vinegar it can be simply omitted and the recipe still tastes great!
This recipe is great for any hot summer day! I used corn tortillas that I heated up in a skillet on the stove top, but other types of tortillas work well too. Also cojita cheese can be substituted for feta if that is preferred!
This recipe is a great summertime recipe. The cilantro and basil makes it nice and refreshing, perfect for dinner of lunch. Note: fresh basil can be a trigger for some people's acid reflux so it is listed as optional, but it really does add some great flavor to the dish.
This recipe is so versatile! You can serve it with egg and have it for breakfast, you could add some cheese and eat it in a tortilla, serve it as a main course or as a side dish! It's good pretty much any time of day!
Forewarning, this grilled chicken recipe is using a portable electronic grill (aka a George Foreman) and not an actual grill.…
Ran out of time this week, so here is a great staple recipe to add to your repertoire!
This recipe makes for a great easy date night recipe! Goes well served with your favorite greens or potatoes!
Uzbek Plov is a rice pilaf dish from Uzbekistan. This has been modified to be acid friendly, but is still just as tasty as the original
This recipe has very few ingredients which makes easy it ideal for the end of the week dinner, before you get that grocery shopping in!
This recipe takes a while, but it's worth it for the flavor and presentation! This is an acid friendly take on the Korean classic bibimbap, but as it doesn't contain gochujang, a Korean red pepper paste. A variety of vegetables or protein can be used for this recipe instead of those listed, mushrooms, cucumber and zucchini all work great!