Elim Style Okanami Yaki GF DF Low

Makes 2


  • 400g beef mince
  • Rice bran oil for cooking
  • ½ cup chopped leek
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup finely diced green beans
  • 1 cup mung beans/bean sprouts
  • 2 cups chopped cabbage (I had a combination of red and white)
  • 50g glass noodles (bean thread)
  • Hot water
  • 1 cup of pre-made BBQ Sauce Elim
  • 2 pre-made chickpea and green bean pancakes (or replace with 2 softened rice papers)
  • Chives as a topper


  • Place the glass noodles in a heat proof bowl and add enough hot water to cover them
    • Set aside to soften
  • Heat the rice bran oil in a saucepan and brown the minced meat and leek
  • Stir through ½ cup of the BBQ Sauce
    • Take from the pan and set aside in a bowl
  • Add a little more oil and fry together the cabbage, green beans and mung beans
    • Take from the pan and set aside in a bowl
  • Fry each of the 2 eggs and remove from the pan

Assemble the dish using 2 fry pans so you can serve them together

  • Add a little oil to each fry pan and place a pancake in the centre of each pan
  • Top with the vegetable mixture
  • Followed by the meat. Drizzle the remaining BBQ sauce over each meat layer
  • Strain the noodles and layer them on top of the meat
  • Finally add the egg and transfer to serving plates
  • Decorate with chives

Serve straight away

Disclaimer: Please note that the food chemical elimination diet is a testing tool to find which food chemical substances your body is sensitive to. It is not intended to be a life-long diet. This procedure should be done with the supervision of your dietitian. Once the elimination investigations are complete you need to add foods back to the diet, from the food chemical groups you have been avoiding, to find your tolerance levels to the substances to which you are sensitive.

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