Add a flavorful kick to your dinner with our Chicken Curry. This dish is a common delicacy in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, as well as in the Caribbean. The aromatic spices perfectly complement the creamy richness of the coconut milk and heavy cream.
Generally speaking, chicken piccata describes an Italian dish of chicken breast cutlets, dredged in flour, browned, and served with a sauce of butter, lemon juice, capers, and either stock or white wine. In our keto-friendly version, we skip the flour-dredging step and pan-fry chicken thighs in butter. Molto delizioso!
These keto-friendly portobello pizzas are so good you won't give a second thought to their carb-laden counterparts. The portobello mushrooms serve as a delicious and savory "crust" for the cheese and pepperoni. Even your non-keto friends will love these.
Chicken Parmesan is one of those comfort foods that are not exactly keto-friendly in their traditional form. However, with a little tweaking, we came up with a recipe that not only works, but is also quite delicious while staying close to the ideal 75/5/20 percent macro-range.
Salisbury steak is a blend of ground beef and seasonings and typically served smothered in a savory gravy. It's a delicious keto-friendly comfort food that you'll want in regular rotation.
This recipe for Italian meatballs is simple to prepare, and it is very similar in both flavor and preparation to any classic meatball recipe. While they can be served with tomato sauce and/or even low-carb noodles, one of our favorite (keto-friendly) ways to serve them is over a spinach or mixed green salad with the remaining fat from the pan and a little bit of balsamic vinegar drizzled over top.
This keto recipe is simply a traditional hamburger using portobello mushrooms as the bun. It makes one serving, but you can multiply the ingredients for however many burgers you wish to prepare. We’ve listed a number of toppings here, but feel free to choose your own.
Bust out the 'brats! These are delicious cooked on the grill or roasted in your oven. They're so delicious you won't miss the bun! (If you're not eating keto, enjoy these with a hot dog bun.)
While many, if not most, recipes are difficult to alter to a ketogenic version, we have found that concocting (and even finding) a legitimate keto-friendly chili to be especially challenging. More often than not, the protein gets a little out of control in its ratio to fat, and the net carbs are also unusually high in most chili recipes. However, we have created one here that fits into (or very close to) the ideal macronutrient range. This chili is easy enough to prepare for a beginner cook to prepare, and the flavor of the finished product is superb.
This recipe is a different take on the classic omelette. Instead of sautéing the greens, blend them with the eggs to get a green consistency throughout. The texture of the omelette is slightly different, but in a good way. Plus, the nutrients in the vegetables hold up better when cooked this way, as they are not destroyed by the direct heat of the pan. Prepare this at any time of the day to get a healthy serving of greens. The recipe makes one large serving, but it can easily be split into two.
Hanger steak, sometimes referred to as butcher’s steak (because in the past, butchers would often keep it for themselves), is arguably the most tender cut of the animal. This steak pairs well with our chimichurri recipe.
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