She also doesn't like curry apart from Jamaican jerk sauce.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
it's not as hard as you might think. There are more ways to build flavorinto your current dishes for example apart from garlic and onions. There are many whole grains (quinoa, spelt, barley) that are actually quite nutty and flavorful on their own, without spices or savory additions, especially when they are toasted before you cook them.. Oh Also, look for Jain recipes, which usually do not call for onions or garlic (although they sometimes do call for spices, but that won't be a problem i think. so you'll have to adapt). Look for simple, elemental French and Italian recipes that are built out of just a few whole foods: Poached tender chicken in broth with a salad and brown rice, good pasta tossed with a few vegetables, or a baked dish of potatoes and chicken broth. otherwise keep your eyes open for IBS-friendly recipes, as these will probably be very suited to your mom.
I could give you a lot of recipies, but i think google could help you more. unless you want to have some of mine of course.. i know all about cooking for people thag have 'special needs' :-) good luck!
Buy some sauce at the super without garlic.
Salt is good enough for me, plain for you lol but hey cilantro, onions and spicy sauces are other options. Try different things with her and see what she likes.
I make a salsa using cilantro , stewed tomatoes , jalapeños , pineapple , corn and
Chives are a good substitute for onions, but as for garlic I cannot offer any help
Without garlic? I'm not sure there are any
Just use the same recipes, but eliminate garlic. I actually started eliminating garlic recently and after a bit you really don't miss it. Unless you're eating something like garlic butter, you probably won't notice it
Get a pan and put some balsamic vinegar in it, then Bring it to a simmer, add chicken and cook until chicken is cooked thoroughly.
Serve with home made potatoes seasoned with smoked paprika, salt, pepper and parsley.
I actually cook with almost no garlic! Onions yes but still recipes out there that can be adapted.
Eg my spin on spaghetti bolegenese (I know, it's not really... my brother can't eat onion or garlic and my partner doesn't like onion). Mince (fried), sliced mushrooms, tomato purée, chopped tomatoes (or pasatta if you prefer) and let simmer. If you like herbs you can add something :) you can add some red wine to add some depth and some cream for a smooth texture. Serve with pasta (obviously).
Chinese is harder to avoid onions and it's family sadly but it can be done. Things like lemon chicken with egg fried rice has no onion but a lot of sugar...
Margarita chicken might be good. You get the frozen margarita mix in the frozen juice section in the can or just any mix you can find I guess. Use half of the can to marinate some chicken in it could be anything boneless like the breast or tenders. Use the rest of the juice to combine it with brown sugar as sweet as you want it in a little sauce pan. Take the marinated chicken and grill it or just cook it in the pan on the stove, season with salt and pepper bc the sauce is really what make it taste like something. Pair it with some kind of rice. I use this caribbean rice made by zattarans. Its really good and healthy for the most part
Use salt, pepper, or herbs as spices...
Subsituate with onions overlaps
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