Keto deli roast beef with coleslaw

Keto deli roast beef with coleslaw

Here's to NOT cooking tonight. Let the deli do the heavy lifting, but still enjoy roast beef and coleslaw at home or wherever you may be. It's an easy, satisfying keto meal that you'll pull together in no time.

Keto deli roast beef with coleslaw

Here's to NOT cooking tonight. Let the deli do the heavy lifting, but still enjoy roast beef and coleslaw at home or wherever you may be. It's an easy, satisfying keto meal that you'll pull together in no time.
USMetric
4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 1¼ cups 300 ml mayonnaise
  • 1 tbsp 1 tbsp Dijon mustard
  • 1 lb 450 g green cabbage
  • 1½ lbs 650 g deli roast beef
  • 4 oz. 110 g cherry tomatoes
  • 4 4 dill pickledill pickles
  • salt and pepper

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Mix mayonnaise and mustard in a big bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  2. Shred the cabbage finely and add to the bowl. Mix with the mayo blend and let sit for a couple of minutes.
  3. Place roast beef, tomatoes and dill pickles on a plate together with a hearty scoop of coleslaw. Serve cold or room temperature.

Tip!

Make it even easier by buying your cabbage pre-shredded! Just watch the ingredients or Nutrition Facts Label for hidden carbs (like you may find in blends with lots of carrots). We do not recommend deli-made coleslaw; there tends to be added sugar in the dressing.

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14 comments

  1. Karen
    Mr Karen here: I added a Tbsp vinegar, some chopped onion, and a few squirts of stevia. Yum.
  2. Jody
    I leave the mustard out and just add a little stevia and a tablespoon of finely diced onion. Easy and tastes good.
  3. Una
    Glad you enjoy the additions to the recipe but for me I just don't want to use Stevia or the likes if I can help it. Doing my best to retrain my palate, as my London nutritionist told me to do. I find there is enough sweetness in the cabbage and the mayo as it stands and am aiming at not changing anything in these recipes unless I'm told by Andreas that can! Keeping the carbs and quantities as they are and not adding anymore. Mayo is in grammes in Britain but lucky I kept my non- full fat one that says it's nearly the same! Good luck to everyone!
  4. Una
    Anyone know in Britain what are dill pickles or their substitute? Thanks! My supermarket has never heard of them.
  5. Una
    Anyone know in Britain what are dill pickles or their substitute? Thanks! My supermarket has never heard of them.

    Perhaps on looking at the picture they are small pickled gherkins?

  6. Gil
    Gherkins , pickled cucumbers. TESCO https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/search?query=gherkins&icid...

    Copy the address and use google search... :)

  7. Gil
    You can just click the link, I just found out. Cheers from Canada..one of the Colonies :)
  8. Jan
    Una, they don’t have dill pickles in Italy either! Also called kosher dill. Made with medium cucumbers, white vinegar, water, salt,, garlic cloves, dill seeds, & peppercorns. NO sugar. Makes you pucker up, but refreshing & (would have been) great with recipe. If I could find them. 😔
  9. Jan
    Oh, & can you believe there’s no cabbage or mushrooms in the stores either? Wrong season. I’m looking at a fairly empty plate, but I’ll dig out some salad.
  10. Darin
    Deli meats......arent exactly healthy. Ever see how theyre made and the ingredients??
    Reply: #12
  11. Jayne
    I agree those Deli meats are bad news
  12. Steve
    Agree that some deli meats are bad. Those tend to be the blended meats, like bologna, etc. But roast beef should be pure beef without any of the junk added. If you buy roast beef in a bag (2oz size) it may have some sugar and carbs added. But if the deli dept slices straight from a roast you are getting nothing but cow, and that ain't so bad.
  13. Dani
    I’m not a beef eater. Anything I can substitute it with? Turkey perhaps?
  14. Cindy
    The majority of our deli meat (I could actually say all as I have yet to find one without), even sliced in front of me, contains sugar. That is the same with trying to buy bacon. Every single brand of bacon in 4 different grocery stores had added sugar. I wrote to one of the companies and asked if they would consider making bacon without sugar. They said they go with what the majority of customers want. If more people wrote in to the companies asking for sugar-free bacon or sugar-free deli meat perhaps they would reconsider.

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