MANGO CHUTNEY Mango is not a fruit that is often seen as part of a keto diet as this wonderful fruit contains so much natural sugar (and therefore carbs). However, as I’ve said before, I am not a keto purist, so because I love mango so much, I have worked on recipes where I can
RAITA This lovely, cooling and fresh accompaniment is perfect to serve with my Indian Samosa Pinwheels or to be used as an individual salad dish. It takes just minutes to prepare and this recipe produces a 250g tub of Raita, which is roughly 10tblsp. Each tblsp of Raita comes in at 0.8g net carbs. The
INDIAN SAMOSA PINWHEELS I just fancied a samosa during this last week, so I put together a keto version with a twist on the fathead pizza dough that I use. I was surprised at how well they turned out, so I’m sharing the recipe here. You can use your favourite curry powder and although the
Here’s a lovely naan bread accompaniment to your favourite curries and it comes out at only 1g per naan bread. It takes a little while to cook a batch, so you need a little patience, but this recipe makes 8 naan breads and I find that I often freeze 4 to use at a later date. They are particularly wonderful slathered with lashings of home-made garlic butter.
CHICKEN GARAM MASALA
Satisfy your spice cravings. If you fancy something exotic that is quick and easy to make, then this lovely Indian dish is a must and only has 10g carbs per serving. It’s one of my go-to favourites and is easily adaptable to transform into delicious Thai curries too (which I’ll detail on separate posts). I serve it with cauliflower rice and keto naan bread, which I’ll also detail on separate posts. It’s just like being at your local Indian restaurant!