I’m an avid cook and over the years I have tried just about every low carb technique for making bread substitutes. This one is astoundingly good: Light and fluffy, can absorb egg yolk, tastes almost flavorless and not gritty so it can handle simply being buttered
Kara-age is basically Japanese schnitzel or fried chicken and it is a regular item on the menu at most Japanese restaurants and sushi places. It has an addictive flavour and I prefer it served with just simple salad. Some Homemade Mayo on the side as a dipper would also work really well!
Fathead is one of the most well known foods in the low carb world. It is an incredibly versatile dough that can be used in several different ways. It only has 4 base ingredients, is quick and easy to make and can be made with either almond meal or coconut flour for people with nut allergies. I’ve recently switched to mainly using it with coconut flour since it is much cheaper and the carbs are also slightly lower. There are some recipes though where I still prefer the almond meal.
These are really simple little tarts made with Fathead for the pastry and with a cheesy filling, topped with onion and bacon. They’re really easy to make, but look impressive and are great for guests and parties. They can also be served room temperature so you don’t have to worry about keeping them warm.
These make 16 little tarts. I personally own 8 tart cases so I just made them in two batches. No need to buy a whole pile of tart cases! And for such a simple recipe they taste really good!
This whole recipe can be halved with only change to method being cook 20 minutes instead of 30 on stovetop. It looks like a long recipe but its worth the extra effort as you’ll have leftovers for days!
You also need a large pan and LARGE baking dish (or a large skillet pan that can go on the stove then into the oven) 25cmx35cm or two smaller dishes
The servings might look small, especially if you’re used to buying gozleme where you are always given a whole gozleme to yourself, but this Fathead Spicy Lamb, Spinach and Feta Gozleme is insanely filling. I was actually going to make this into 4 servings, but we all got so full from just eating a tiny bit that I changed it to 8 servings. If you feel the serving really is too small for you, then a salad on the side would go very nicely with your Fathead Spicy Lamb, Spinach and Feta Gozleme and keep the carbs down too!
One thing is I swapped the avocado oil for 1Tbsp olive oil and 1 Tbsp bacon grease and that all melted pretty easily with the cauliflower after it was steamed. That also helped cool the cauliflower alleviating the risk of cooking the egg on accident in the mixing bowl. In addition, I added garlic powder, onion powder, and finely chopped garlic to the dough mixture. Later, after the crust had been in the oven for about 20 minutes, I brushed the entire top of the crust with olive oil (I was worried about it drying out) and baked it for 6 more minutes. It looked freaking gorgeous!
Carbs break up
200 gm Cauliflower - net carbs 3 gms
50 gms Mozarella Cheese- net carbs 2 gms
Each keto cutlet will have roughly 1.5 of net carbs so that makes it an excellent option for satisfying your taste buds while enjoying keto.
Barfi is one of the most popular Indian desserts. The most common preparation method is to thicken milk with sugar and other spices, spread out in a shallow dish and cut to desired shapes and sizes. But don’t worry; we are not going to use any milk or sugar for this recipe ☺ We are going to add the flavours of green cardamom and the all famous Saffron to make our barfi and the accompanying sauce super yummy ☺ Here’s my recipe for low carb keto friendly coconut bomb topped with thick saffron sauce:)
Hailing from Northern part of India Paratha/Chapati has been a staple meal for us just like rice and bread is for many. It’s been almost 5 months that I am on LCHF diet and after having tried various online versions of low carb naans and chapatti breads I almost gave up until I encountered this. This is by far the best, non-eggy, easiest and quickest recipe for a low carb chapatti (or bread) which can come handy anytime. Here’s my recipe for low carb keto friendly Paratha.
This is yet another recipe using my versatile low-carb tortilla dough. The dough works for low-carb taco shells, nachos and breadsticks and now I'd like to share my grain-free pizza crust that is also paleo-friendly.
I found a recipe for pizza crust using only chicken and egg...I plan to make it this week. I do ok with sheep and goat cheeses so I will sprinkle a little pecorino Romano on the top (better tasting than Parmesan anyway!!) and I'll go crazy with toppings....if it properly satisfies the pizza craving I'll likely live on just this!!! I envision Mexican pizza with taco meat, avocado, black olives and shredded lettuce!! Breakfast pizza with scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon and a little mushroom, BBQ chicken pizza with a little red onion and sugar free BBQ sauce..... buffalo chicken pizza and homemade ranch sauce made with mayo......I'm drooling....just need a few free hours to prep a huge load of crusts and freeze them for an easy grab and make.....