Uric acid free diet recipes for gout

I have been able to find some uric acid free diet recipes which will help in your gout diet. In the coming weeks I will add more and more uric acid free diet recipes and please feel free to add your own at the bottom of the page.

I must mention that a common theory is that you need to either add a small amount of salt to taste only or none at all, as salt may well cause retention of uric acid in the body. Also another interesting note is to leave out any tomato dish during cold weather months due to uric acid build up, or to use dishes that contain large portions of potatoes to counteract the acid from the tomatoes.

First in our uric acid free diet recipes I will add soups and purees:

Artichoke Soup Number 1 (below) Artichoke Soup Number 2 (below) Barley Cream Soup ( coming ) Carrot Soup Number 1 ( coming ) Carrot Soup Number 2 ( coming ) Cauliflower Soup ( coming ) Celery Soup Number 1 ( coming ) Celery Soup Number 2 ( coming ) More soups will be added.

I will also add Savouries,Vegetables,Sweets,Nut dishes,Breads and pastries,sandwiches,salads and sauces very soon.

Artichoke Soup version 1

Artichoke Soup version 1:

1 quart /4 cups or 946ml of Milk
3 pounds / 1.36 kilograms of Artichokes
2 Spanish Onions
3 Bay Leaves
Half a cup of Cream
2 teaspoons of raw sugar
Salt and Pepper to taste

Peel and slice onion and put them in a cold saucepan full of water. Boil quickly for 3 minutes.
Drain and put aside, meanwhile heat up the milk, and peel and dice the Artichoke and remove the stringy core.
Add artichokes, onion and sugar together in the milk and cook until tender.
Press through a sieve then return to the saucepan adding the bay leaves and pepper to taste.
Simmer for half an hour and then add the cream and serve.

Artichoke Soup Version 2

Artichoke Soup version 2:

1 quart /4 cups or 946ml of Milk
1.5 pounds / .68 kilograms of Artichokes ( peel,slice and take out fibrous sections)
3/4 of an ounce or 21 grams of butter
6 ounces or 170 grams of white or brown onions
1 Tablespoon of white peppercorns
1 tablespoon of white Roux or small teaspoon of Corn Flour
Salt and Pepper to taste

Melt the butter and fry the onion until it is soft and yellow, do not let the onions go brown.
Add the peppercorns to the milk and bring it to a slow boil,then gently add the onions and bring to a simmer for 1 hour.
Whilst this is happening boil the artichokes,cooking until tender.
Roughly 20 to 30 minutes pending stove heat etc. Strain and separate the onion from the milk mixture.
Add the onion to the soft artichokes and press through a sieve to silken the mixture.
Strain and add the milk to the artichokes and put them back into the pan and onto the stove.
Heat until boiling slowly stirring.
Mix the white roux or cornflour with a small amount of cold milk until smooth, then add to hot soup and stir until thick and hot.
You can serve this with toast or croutons.

Uric acid free diet

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