Beef with Honey and Sweet Potato Mash

Today we adapt this delicious recipe worthy of a feast to show that a low histamine diet is not at odds with enjoying good cooking!

INGREDIENTS FOR THIS RECIPE

  • 300g beef tenderloin (from the butcher)
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 white onion
  • 3 tablespoons honey
  • Olive oil
  • Salt

OPTIONAL
2 tablespoons plant-based milk
Pepper* (if tolerated correctly)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Peel and cut the sweet potatoes into pieces. Boil them without salt or oil in a pot until tender. Drain and let cool.

  2. Mash them with a fork until you get a puree. Add the spices that sit well with you and mix again. And, if you want to adjust the texture to make it smoother, slowly add a couple of tablespoons of plant-based milk.

  3. We prepare our caramelized onion without added sugar: the key is time! Cut the onion into slices and place them in a pan with oil. Cook for 30-40 minutes over medium-low heat or until done. Stir occasionally and add water if necessary. You can also add a pinch of salt to enhance the flavor.

  4. Season (and pepper*) the tenderloin and brush it with honey. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the tenderloin over low heat until golden. Remove and cut into 5cm (or three fingers) pieces.

  5. Serve the dish. Place 3 tablespoons of the puree in the center of the plate. Add one of the pieces of tenderloin and top with a bit of your caramelized onion.
    Enjoy!


BONUS

  • Remember [!] that meat and fish should be as fresh as possible to reduce their histamine levels. Buying them from trusted establishments will give you more guarantees.
  • As you may already know, onions are high in quercetin but not recommended for a FODMAP diet. Use a small amount for this recipe: just to give it that touch and crown your presentation.

With this dish, you have a recipe to show off on special days or celebrate any occasion without sacrificing flavor in your low histamine diet.

This recipe is low in histamine (not exempt) and is for informational purposes only, so it should not be considered a nutritional prescription. Consult a professional to customize your diet and enjoy a varied and suitable gastronomy. Seek professional guidance to customize your diet and enjoy a diverse and suitable gastronomy.

Today we adapt this delicious recipe worthy of a feast to show that a low histamine diet is not at odds with enjoying good cooking!

INGREDIENTS FOR THIS RECIPE

  • 300g beef tenderloin (from the butcher)
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 white onion
  • 3 tablespoons honey
  • Olive oil
  • Salt

OPTIONAL
2 tablespoons plant-based milk
Pepper* (if tolerated correctly)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Peel and cut the sweet potatoes into pieces. Boil them without salt or oil in a pot until tender. Drain and let cool.

  2. Mash them with a fork until you get a puree. Add the spices that sit well with you and mix again. And, if you want to adjust the texture to make it smoother, slowly add a couple of tablespoons of plant-based milk.

  3. We prepare our caramelized onion without added sugar: the key is time! Cut the onion into slices and place them in a pan with oil. Cook for 30-40 minutes over medium-low heat or until done. Stir occasionally and add water if necessary. You can also add a pinch of salt to enhance the flavor.

  4. Season (and pepper*) the tenderloin and brush it with honey. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the tenderloin over low heat until golden. Remove and cut into 5cm (or three fingers) pieces.

  5. Serve the dish. Place 3 tablespoons of the puree in the center of the plate. Add one of the pieces of tenderloin and top with a bit of your caramelized onion.
    Enjoy!


BONUS

  • Remember [!] that meat and fish should be as fresh as possible to reduce their histamine levels. Buying them from trusted establishments will give you more guarantees.
  • As you may already know, onions are high in quercetin but not recommended for a FODMAP diet. Use a small amount for this recipe: just to give it that touch and crown your presentation.

With this dish, you have a recipe to show off on special days or celebrate any occasion without sacrificing flavor in your low histamine diet.

This recipe is low in histamine (not exempt) and is for informational purposes only, so it should not be considered a nutritional prescription. Consult a professional to customize your diet and enjoy a varied and suitable gastronomy. Seek professional guidance to customize your diet and enjoy a diverse and suitable gastronomy.

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