Today I have something special for you… the first ever giveaway on A Less Irritable Life. I’ve teamed up with Martine and Ronnie Banks from SOME Foods to give you the chance to win a pack of 9 bottles of their delicious low FODMAP cooking sauces. That’s enough to make 36 low FODMAP meals. So not only do you get to enjoy the flavours you’ve been missing, you also get some easier nights of cooking. Bonus!

The new SOME Foods Low FODMAP sauces pack a serious flavour punch | A Less Irritable Life


But guess what? While this special pack of sauces includes all your favourites SOME Foods cooking sauces I’ve reviewed previously, it also includes 3 brand new sauces that have only just been added to the range.

These new sauces are quite unique too.

Not only are they delicious, there’s currently no other low FODMAP sauces like them available on the market. That’s because Martine and Ronnie have been listening to what people want and have made sauces that you’ve been asking for:

  • A creamy tomato-based pasta sauce, to add a little luxury to a traditional dish.
  • A sauce that doesn’t contain chilli, for the people who want the curries but can’t tolerate the spice.
  • A seriously flavoursome dipping sauce, to add flavour after the cooking is done.


And here’s what they came up with for you… the brand new SOME Foods low FODMAP sauces:

New SOME Foods Low FODMAP Cooking Sauces | A Less Irritable Life


Creamy Tomato Sauce

A light and creamy luxurious sauce, delicately flavoured with chives & dill.

This sauce partners beautifully with chicken – as a pasta sauce, a topping for chicken schnitzel, and as a lasagne sauce. It’s also an excellent match for seafood as a pasta sauce with crab and prawns. But it’s not just the white meats that it’s good for. It can also hold its own with red meat – you should try it with lamb meatballs. And I’m betting that you could make a delicious vegetable-based pasta sauce with this too.

Click here for more information on the SOME Foods Creamy Tomato Sauce.


Yemeni Spiced Simmer Sauce

A warming fusion of Middle Eastern spices and tomatoes, freshened by a hint of mint.

This sauce is incredibly versatile and can be used as a simmer sauce on the stove top, in the slow cooker, or for adding serious flavour to baked dishes. It works with just about any meat that you like, so all you need to do is figure out your preferred method of cooking and choose a cut that suits that process. For stove top or quick oven cooking, use prime cuts of chicken, lamb or beef. For slow cooking in the oven or slow cooker, the cheaper cuts of meat work well – goat, lamb shanks, chuck steak, gravy beef, diced leg of lamb or chicken.

The sauce is also well suited to Mediterranean-style vegetables, including zucchini, eggplant, capsicum, carrot, potato. And if you want a vegetarian option, canned chickpeas work really well – just make sure you rinse them well and use 1/4 cup (42g) per serve.

Yemeni Spiced Lamb and Chickpea Stew - SOME Foods | A Less Irritable Life


I used the Yemeni Spiced Simmer Sauce to make a Spiced Lamb and Chickpea Stew – click here for the recipe. This stew only took 20 minutes to cook because all the flavour was ready to go in one convenient jar. Now that’s my kind of stew. And the flavours were beyond amazing! I seriously licked the pot after making this – well I scraped the pot with my finger and then licked my finger, but same diff!

Click here for more information on the SOME Foods Yemeni Spiced Simmer Sauce.


Malaysian Peanut Sauce

A rich, complex, spicy sauce with a hint of tang and sweetness.

Like most peanut satay sauces, this sauce is amazingly good with skewered chicken or beef, but also goes very well with veggie kebabs. It’s also great as a dressing on Asian-inspired salads. It’s very versatile and can be used hot, cold or somewhere in between. This sauce does have a kick too, with a nice hit of chilli to get the taste buds going.

Satay Beef Lettuce Cups - SOME Foods | A Less Irritable Life


I used the Malaysian Peanut Sauce to make Satay Beef Lettuce Cups – click here for the recipe. This little dish was refreshing and fun, and I could barely keep my hands off them. The flavour of the sauce was divine. It truly was one of the most flavoursome meals I’ve had since starting the low FODMAP diet.

Click here for more information on the SOME Foods Malaysian Peanut Sauce.


And now… here’s how you can win the entire range of SOME Foods Low FODMAP Cooking Sauces, including the brand new ones:

Here’s what you could win:

SOME Foods Low FODMAP Cooking Sauce Prize Pack | A Less Irritable Life


The lucky winner will receive this awesome Low FODMAP Cooking Sauce Prize Pack from SOME Foods, valued at $103.10 (plus delivery), which includes:

  • 1 x SOME Foods Creamy Tomato Sauce
  • 1 x SOME Foods Capsicum, Olive & Chilli Sauce
  • 1 x SOME Foods Classic Tomato Sauce
  • 1 x SOME Foods Yemeni Spiced Simmer Sauce
  • 1 x SOME Foods Southern Indian Madras
  • 1 x SOME Foods Northern Indian Butter Chicken
  • 1 x SOME Foods Thai Massaman Curry
  • 1 x SOME Foods Thai Green Curry
  • 1 x SOME Foods Malaysian Peanut Sauce
  • Plus, delivery straight to your door

That’s some serious goodness. In fact, it’s enough to make 36 delicious low FODMAP meals. Think about how easy it’s going to be preparing dinner without having to worry about how to make your meal taste good. Stress-free low FODMAP living. Nice!

Here’s how to enter:

Note: This giveaway has now finished.
Thank you to everyone who entered.

Congratulations to Jennifer from Victoria who won the prize!

Do you know someone who’d be interested in the new SOME Foods low FODMAP cooking sauces? How about sharing it with them on social media.

Disclaimer: This giveaway was sponsored by SOME Foods.

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