A very basic stir fry of bell peppers and steak. To keep it gout friendly, no bone stock, no sugar, and limited sodium. But the dish is full of flavor.
This easy recipe for kung pao chicken with a sugar-free kung pao stir fry sauce is better than what you will find in most Chinese take out places. It’s also healthier, but the sodium content is on the high side, so not something you should eat every day, but it makes for a nice treat.
Twice cooked pork is one of my favorite Sichuan Chinese dishes. It’s a salty, spicy, and fatty perfect food to eat while drinking beer. But the combination is also perfect for a gout attack. Beer is still off the menu, but this twice-cooked seitan is very gout friendly.
This gout friendly/vegan recipe has tofu, cauliflower, sugar snap peas served in a spicy and tangy sauce. It’s perfect for serving over rice (assuming the hoarders have not bought all of it where you live).
Mongolian chicken and Mongolian beef are two dishes that I love. With the new diet, they are not on the menu. This gout friendly version is delicious and simpler than my other versions.
Updated Oct 14, 2019
I am a big fan of sweet and sour dishes. But not the kind you find at most Chinese American Buffet places. Most of those are just sweet. But as a gout sufferer, fried pork is definitely not on the menu.
Chicken and vegetable stir fry with a simple garlic sauce makes for a quick and tasty meal anytime. This recipe proves that a gout friendly does not mean all tofu all of the time.
This noodle recipe proves that a recipe can be delicious and gout friendly at the same time. I am not claiming that this is a healthy dish, but it is loaded with vegetables.
I will admit that Pan Fried Noodles are one of my favorite dishes. It’s not a healthy dish but it is very tasty and has texture contrast. The goal was …
This simple recipe for General Tso Tofu is a plant-based version of my General Tso Chicken. My family likes that recipe so I wanted a similar experience including flavor and …
For a long time, Sichuan Ma Po Tofu has been one of my favorite Chinese dishes. But most of the versions to this point have contained meat (usual pork). I even have a video on YouTube on how to cook that version. To keep the dish gout friendly the pork has been eliminated. It is still flavorful so do not worry about the missing pork. From what I read the dish started out as a cheap vegetarian meal so now we go back to basics.