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Pork satay salad

This low-calorie pork satay salad recipe sure packs in the flavour! So easy and quick to make in 35 minutes, try this tasty lunch or dinner option. Dairy and gluten-free, it is also diabetes-friendly and low FODMAP, so suitable for people with IBS.
Serves: 4
Time to make: 30 mins

Total cost: $ 14.00 / $ 3.50 per serve

(at time of publication)


Pork satay salad

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HFG tip

Check your coleslaw mixture does not contain onion to keep this meal low FODMAP.

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Photographer: Melanie Jenkins
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