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15 Healthy and Easy Keto Indian Food Recipes (Part 1)

Eating low-carb, delicious meals has never been easier than with these keto Indian food recipes. They're healthy, filling, and super easy to make at home.

15 Easy Keto Indian Foods That Are Too Yummy

1. Keto Butter Chicken

There are plenty of delicious Indian chicken recipes to select from. However, butter chicken is a classic that everyone should eat at least once in their lives.

What's more, guess what? You certainly can because it is completely keto!

The velvety cream sauce is an excellent match for the tender chicken breast. If you like your plates spicy, sprinkle some fresh jalapenos on top.

2. Keto Chicken Curry

There are plenty of delicious Indian chicken recipes to select from. However, butter chicken is a classic that everyone should eat at least once in their lives.

What's more, guess what? You certainly can because it is completely keto!

The velvety cream sauce is an excellent match for the tender chicken breast. If you like your plates spicy, sprinkle some fresh jalapenos on top.

3. Keto Upma

Low-carb breakfasts without eggs can be difficult to find, making this delicious keto Upma a fantastic find.

Cauliflower will be riced and seasoned with a simple spice blend. Toss in few peanuts for added crunch.

This keto breakfast is vegetarian, but you could simply turn it vegan by substituting oil for the ghee.

4. Vegetarian Keto Tikka Masala

Graham masala and aromatics are essential for perfecting this vegetarian masala.

That is why the onions, garlic, and ginger should be carefully sautéed until fragrant. The same is true for the spices.

While cauliflower is used in this meal, you can substitute other vegetables such as carrots, peas, or bell peppers.

5. Low-Carb Indian Samosas

I'm a eater for samosas, which aren't exactly low-carb. But these samosas are.

They make the dough using almond flour and the filling with cauliflower. And, while they're not conventional, I think they're just as tasty as the genuine thing.

These are also excellent keto lunch recipes. Make a fast dip with Greek yogurt and heated spices or use leftover sauce from one of the curries.

6. Keto Pav Bhaji

The real treasures in Indian street food can be found there. Take, for example, pav bhaji. This hearty dish incorporates mashed vegetables in an Indian-style sauce.

Although traditionally served with buns, it can instead be served with riced cauliflower or keto-friendly bread.

7. Keto Chicken Biryani

Biryani is a popular rice dish in India. While there are many variants, they all involve a combination of spices and herbs that generate unique flavors.

Riced cauliflower is coupled with succulent chicken that takes on a rich flavor owing to a handful of spices and ghee in this keto-friendly rendition.

8. Keto Chicken Tikka Masala

If you want to add a little more nutrition to your tikka masala, try this recipe.

This supper just takes 25 minutes to prepare and is completely tempting. The tangy, creamy, wonderfully seasoned sauce, on the other hand, is the greatest part.

9. Keto Paneer Makhanwala

When it comes to temptation, who can resist cubes of cheese baked in a delicious tomato sauce? Definitely not me!

Begin by creating the sauce, then add the paneer and allow it to simmer.

10. Saag Paneer

Now that I've got paneer on the brain, let's chat about this delectable Indian delicacy.

Saag paneer is a low-carb Indian staple – sans the naan, of course.

It differs from the paneer meal above in that it includes greens rather than tomato sauce. This makes it an excellent option if you need to eat more greens but also want to consume more cheese.

11. Keto Prawn Curry

This 20-minute keto shrimp recipe can make a delicious dinner for you. I realize the headline says prawn, but if you prefer shrimp to prawns, that works just as well.

In any case, look for medium-sized prawns or shrimp that will cook well in the spiced coconut cream sauce.

12. Coconut Curry Chicken

This coconut curry is always filling, and it can be ready for dinner in 30 minutes. Even better, it has less than 10 net carbohydrates and is high in protein.

To achieve the desired texture, use coconut cream rather than coconut milk. The creamier the food, the higher the fat content.

13. Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Curry roasted cauliflower can be served as a side dish or as an entree. That's how good it is!

Unlike some other Indian dishes, this one features a short list of spices. It also has a squeeze of lemon for a refreshing twist.

As for a pairing, this would be an excellent accompaniment to the Indian spiced flank steak we'll discuss later.

14. Tofu Tikka Masala

If you're sick of chicken but not sick of vegetables, use tofu in your tikka masala. The tofu provides this meal solidity while flawlessly blending with the sauce.

I also enjoy the mix of vegetables used in this meal. It's loaded with nutrients thanks to mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, and even fresh spinach.

It's also dairy-free, so vegans on the keto diet can enjoy it.

15. Keto Tandoori Chicken

My fondness for tandoori chicken stems from my youth. The flavor combination of the strong spice blend and Greek yogurt is fantastic.

This is how I like to cook it now that I'm an adult.

Pay close attention to the seasonings and leave the chicken in the marinade for several hours. That's how you get the most taste out of your food.


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