For this meal, I placed a chicken into a roasting dish with a lid, and cooked it in the oven until done. (Actually this time I had two chickens cooking, one for other meals, so needed the chickens to come out before the veges went in, but they can otherwise be done at the same time).
Then I transferred the cooked chicken to a smaller covered dish, and kept it hot in the warmer drawer. I poured the liquid from the roasting dish into a pot, ready to make Low-Allergen Gravy we could all eat. I peeled some small potatoes (carbs), and peeled and cut up some golden kumara (salicylates) and chopped up some pumpkin (low salicylates). I put these in the roasting dish with a little of the chicken liquid, turning to coat, then roasted them, covered, in the oven for just under an hour, until tender.
Meanwhile, I steamed a pot of broccoli (salicylates), cooked up Simple Garlic Chokos (amines/glutamates), and made a pot of Low-Allergen Gravy (failsafe).
When everything else was ready, I carved the chicken (then used the carcass to make low-amine stock for another meal), and served everyone what they could have - my daughter had chicken, potatoes, kumara, broccoli and gravy (she doesn't like pumpkin), I had chicken, pumpkin, chokos and gravy, and the rest of the family had some of everything.
This meal was tasty and satisfying for everyone :-)
For those dealing with different multiple food allergies it their family like I am, I thought it might be useful to show and example of a fairly simple meal that provides what each person needs. Our whole family is gluten and sugar free. On top of that, I cannot tolerate salicylates or high-carbs, and my daughter cannot tolerate amines and glutamates. Since we all don't need to avoid ALL three of those all the time, sometimes it's nice to have as much variety as possible while still meeting the different needs.
Our family is eating sugar and gluten free. Here we share our recipes.