Coconut flour garlic naan are made with a mixture of coconut and almond flour. They are extremely keto friendly, because they contain only 3g of net carbs per naan. They are also gluten free, ideal for anyone with a gluten allergy or is incapable of digesting it, as well as those on a gluten free diet for other reasons. With these naan, you can get the full experience without compromising the taste or the benefits of healthy eating. These naan also don’t have any cheese or egg, so try them out with any kind of curry, or simply make quesadillas out of them. You definitely won’t regret trying out this recipe!
Keto bread generally brings to mind something that is impossible, because we are addicted to it, but it doesn’t have a place in our ketogenic diet. It is practically all carbohydrates since each slice of whole wheat bread is equivalent to about 3 teaspoons of sugar, and that’s why we have to remove it from our diet when we go completely keto.
Keto Meatballs takes a delicious dish that we have all loved for many, many years: meatballs with eggs and gravy. While there is a version of this meal in almost every culture, this version takes the one most famous in South Asian cuisine and gives it a keto twist. You can enjoy your favourite food without losing any of the flavour or the taste, even while on a ketogenic diet!
Each serving has 6 net carbohydrates.
Keto White Korma Recipe is yet another twist on a traditional South Asian recipe. It is a dish that can be made with lamb, goat meat, chicken or beef, but today, we are going to make mutton korma. This low carb recipe is delicious and healthy, so you can get the same taste as all your favourite recipes without the carbohydrates. Enjoy this mouthwatering meal by yourself or with family and friends!
Each serving has 5g of net carbohydrates.
Keto Butter Chicken Curry is a recipe that took one of the most traditional Indian recipes, the butter chicken, and made it compatible with the ketogenic diet and other low carb diets.
The recipe for Indian butter chicken, murgh makhani, is of Punjabi origin, in northern India. It is a very simple recipe in its preparation. It is basically a curry with a base of tomato, butter and a little cream, which give this dish a very creamy finish.
Since I stopped eating carbohydrates, I have been looking for recipes in Indian and Pakistani cultures that are adapted to my new diet and I have found pleasant surprises like this butter chicken. I hope you like it as much as I do.
Just with the name of this recipe, we already know that it has to be very rich, because it is a curry made with a butter sauce, which tends to be very creamy and delicious. Curries are by default a keto meal; you just need to accompany them with cauliflower rice or a coconut flour roti. As such, this recipe is enjoyable either by yourself or with any family or friends you wish to entertain when Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are lowered.
Each serving has 4g of net carbohydrates.
Keto Burger Patties come with a new way to enjoy this delicious dish. They are healthy and low in net carbohydrates, but the taste is the same. In fact, combined with the Spicy Keto Sauce and Zucchini Keto Fries, this full meal becomes even more yummy and is a real treat for anyone following the ketogenic diet.
Each patty has 3 g of net carbohydrates.
Zucchini Keto Fries is yet another way to use zucchini in the #ketogenic diet. With this recipe, you can enjoy fries even while keeping count of your carbohydrates. Not only are they delicious and healthy, but this will also help with any cravings you might be having for fries in general.
It is also helpful that zucchini is extremely beneficial, because it helps with weight loss and is high in nutrients and antioxidants, so you can easily make up for any weakness or fatigue you might be experiencing due to a demanding diet. Along with that, zucchini also helps with digestion and to reduce blood sugar levels.
Each serving has 4g of net carbohydrates.
Keto Chicken Malai Boti Roll is a special keto variation on the traditional chicken roll. It’s low in carbs, especially when you use the keto naan and keto spicy sauce to assemble the chicken roll in its final stage. Try this mouthwatering recipe, and I can guarantee you won’t be able to stop yourself from reaching for seconds.
When you use the Keto Naan for this recipe, it adds up to just 6 net carbohydrates.
Spicy keto sauce is made specially for anyone following the ketogenic diet but would like to keep their tastebuds fresh. This sauce can be used with burger patties, fries, or any other kind of snacks. It is a dipping sauce, and takes less than 5 minutes to make and you only need a couple of ingredients to make it.