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15 Easy Keto Indian Food Recipes (Part 2)

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1. Keto Chicken Korma

The almond butter distinguishes this chicken korma from other Indian meals. It imparts such a delicate nutty flavor that even children will enjoy it.

However, I'm sure peanut butter and cashew butter will also work well.

You may also use Greek yogurt or coconut yogurt for this. I normally go for coconut because I enjoy the milder flavor, but keep in mind that it must be plain.

2. Indian Spiced Flank Steak

The almond butter distinguishes this chicken korma from other Indian meals. It imparts such a delicate nutty flavor that even children will enjoy it.

However, I'm sure peanut butter and cashew butter will also work well.

You may also use Greek yogurt or coconut yogurt for this. I normally go for coconut because I enjoy the milder flavor, but keep in mind that it must be plain.

3. Khoto Kheema

Kheema is a type of minced meat dish that frequently includes spice and tomato.

This recipe calls for mutton or lamb, but I believe it could also be made with ground beef.

The sauce is excellent regardless of the meat. Tomatoes and garam spice combine wonderfully with heavy whipped cream and cheddar cheese.

I like to serve this with keto naan, but cauliflower rice works just as well. If you prefer something lighter, consider a simple keto salad.

4. Keto Red Curry Shrimp

Can't pick between Thai and Indian curry? But why not have both?

The basis will be coconut milk, with garlic and onions sautéed in ghee. Then combine garam masala and red curry for an incredible cultural fusion.

Aside from the sauce, I adore this shrimp curry. It also goes great with chicken and tofu.

5. Keto Lamb Curry

When it comes to Indian cuisine, there is no shortage of curries. This one, on the other hand, I save for exceptional occasions.

The garlicky ginger marinade enhances the flavor of the lamb.

Kashmiri chili is also an important element. It's not really hot, but it does lend a blazing red color.

Keep in mind that this curry is far from quick. You can marinade the lamb overnight to expedite the process.

6. Instant Pot Chicken Curry

Skip the pricey takeout and let the Instant Pot handle everything with this delicious curry.

The spice blend, which includes garam masala, curry, garlic, ginger, and cinnamon, provides the majority of the excellent flavor. If you want to make this dish even hotter, add more chili pepper.

It's also paleo, gluten-free, and Whole30-approved, in addition to keto.

7. Keto Salmon Coconut Curry

I adore salmon, but I'm never sure how to prepare it. This dish is ideal for a low-carb, satisfying, and authentic supper.

Coconut aminos and fish sauce add flavor to the salmon. While this may sound more Thai, the spice mixture adds an Indian flavor.

This 30-minute supper can keep in the fridge for a few days. You might also make a large quantity and freeze some for later use.

8. Low-Carb Tandoori Chicken Kebabs

One of my favorite keto chicken dishes is these kebabs. They're ideal for barbecues, outdoor gatherings, camping, and other outdoor activities.

The chicken is marinated in a delectable tandoori blend. It does call for saffron, which is pricey and difficult to locate, but you can substitute turmeric, safflower, or marigold.

These kabobs are so delicious that you won't even notice they're keto!

9. Keto Naan Bread

Naan is the one Indian food I'd miss the most if I went keto. How can you truly appreciate all of these rich foods if you don't mop up the residual sauces with some pillowy bread?

That is why I like to make a huge batch of my keto-friendly naan and freeze it. Then all I have to do when I want Indian food is heat it up.

You'll need premium almond flour, eggs, Greek yogurt, and mozzarella cheese to prepare this. I like mine with garlic, so I include that as well.

Oh, and if you want to make these fluffy pleasures even richer, substitute ghee for the butter.

10. Indian Roasted Vegetables

Naan is the one Indian food I'd miss the most if I went keto. How can you truly appreciate all of these rich foods if you don't mop up the residual sauces with some pillowy bread?

That is why I like to make a huge batch of my keto-friendly naan and freeze it. Then all I have to do when I want Indian food is heat it up.

You'll need premium almond flour, eggs, Greek yogurt, and mozzarella cheese to prepare this. I like mine with garlic, so I include that as well.

Oh, and if you want to make these fluffy pleasures even richer, substitute ghee for the butter.

11. Cabbage Rice

Instead of serving your Indian recipes with cauliflower rice, consider cabbage rice. This six-ingredient meal comes together in about 20 minutes.

It's not as filling as cauliflower rice, so I wouldn't serve it with anything sauce. It combines well with Indian roasted vegetables and tandoori chicken.

I recommend using a food processor to chop the cabbage. It's considerably easier than grating it by hand.

12. Crispy Low-Carb Indian Flatbread

Instead of serving your Indian recipes with cauliflower rice, consider cabbage rice. This six-ingredient meal comes together in about 20 minutes.

It's not as filling as cauliflower rice, so I wouldn't serve it with anything sauce. It combines well with Indian roasted vegetables and tandoori chicken.

I recommend using a food processor to chop the cabbage. It's considerably easier than grating it by hand.

13. Keto Curry Soup

Do you want a quick and comfortable bowl of spicy goodness? Try my favorite keto curry soup.

With full-fat coconut milk, the yellow curry spice is well-balanced, and the ghee adds even more richness.

For more protein, add some chicken or tofu, or keep it simple with some keto flatbread.

14. Creamy Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower Soup

This velvety soup is a wintertime fantasy. It's as rich and creamy as potato soup, but the cauliflower keeps it low-carb.

I also like that it has a lot of turmeric, which is an anti-inflammatory that helps boost your immune system during the colder months.

It also gives the soup a lovely golden tint.

15. Masala Baked Indian Eggs

While Indian cuisine is known for its superb curries, they also know how to make a good breakfast.

In this 15-minute recipe, eggs are cooked in a spicy tomato sauce. It's similar to shakshuka, but with a stronger spice flavor.


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