Recipe types Archives: Meal
Chicken korma is a traditional Indian dish with dozens of different variations. However, they all have one thing in common: they are all oh so full of flavor and we want them now! Here is a keto version of this wonderful Indian dish made with chicken and cooked in a rich onion gravy with an arsenal of spices.
Crispy chicken wings are life and butter chicken is one of our favorite Indian dishes. What happens when you combine these two? Indian keto magic! Serve these finger-licking Indian keto butter chicken wings as an appetizer or side dish and bask in the flavorful world of Indian masalas.
Chicken farcha is the lacy Indian equivalent of the American Southern fried chicken, mildly spiced and highly delicious. Let's dump the traditional breadcrumbs, ditch the carbs and keep the crisp. Serve this ultimate keto fried chicken as an appetizer or main dish with a green chutney dip.
Let us introduce you to pav bhaji, the king of Mumbai’s street food, sort of a vegetarian version of chili con carne. ‘Pav’ means ‘bread’ and ‘bhaji’ means ‘vegetable’, but since we all know that cauliflower is the new potato, let the best low-carb veggies come together in this irresistible Indian stew.
Once you try this incredible Indian roasted eggplant dish, there’s no turning back! It’s your new best low-carb friend you can always count on when it comes to dipping your keto naan into something really delicious. Baingan is the Hindi word for eggplant and from now on Baingan ka bharta is the English for "You're going to love this dish"!
This classic French stew calls for a rendezvous with some of our favorite low-carb veggies. Eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes and bell pepper come together in this luscious dish with a yummy sunny surprise on top. It's budget-friendly and ready to please the whole family.
Get your heat on with this piquant keto salad that will surely awaken your senses and tease those hungry taste buds! Hot shrimp with smooth avocado and crunchy cucumber, combined with a delicious ginger and garlic dressing. In other words: the perfect salad!
Ajiaco is a mash-up recipe made with a little bit of everything. Like most comfort foods, its roots come from the country and poverty-stricken areas, traditionally made with an assortment of root vegetables and animal odds and ends. I’ve cleverly used radishes, cauliflower and chicken thighs, then added some ham hocks for flavor!