Keto Dinner Recipes (Page 15)

Succulent Slow Cooked Lamb

Succulent Slow Cooked Lamb

My family traditionally has roast lamb for Easter, which is fine with me because I love the stuff. Normally, we don't have lamb too often other than the few celebratory holiday's and occasional feasts. Instead of doing an oven roast, I wanted to do it in the slow cooker to keep the stress levels down of everyone around.The meat ended up being super tender, almost fall apart in the mouth, with some great fat from the leg to supplement the leg too. That last hour where you add the thyme and ...

Keto Paprika Chicken

Keto Paprika Chicken

A delicious, smokey, and savory sauce to accompany chicken whenever you want. This is a super simple recipe that brings all the flavors you're looking for in 10 minutes of prep or less!Pair this with the awesome Cheesy Creamed Spinach and you've got yourself a winner for dinner! Together the fat/protein/carb macros should hit the spot and fill you up to boot!Yields 4 servings of 1 Chicken Breast The Preparation4 medium boneless, skinless, chicken breasts 3 tablespoons olive ...

Low Carb Chicken Satay

Low Carb Chicken Satay

As you all know, I love Asian inspired recipes...but most of the time they just take forever to prepare. I wanted to set out to get a soft peanut butter taste that paired well with the salty and umami flavors that soy brings to the table.I think this one hit the spot! It brings all the savory, sweet, and acidic element you look for in an asian dish - then adds some crunch and color on the top with peppers and onions.Start to finish in less than 20 minutes is not something you can bat ...

Cumin Crusted Pork Chops

Cumin Crusted Pork Chops

Who can resist a crispy pork chop that's tender and juicy in the middle? You'll have some great eastern flavors coming together in this dish and I'm sure you'll be adding this one to your meal plan!I highly suggest cutting this into thin strips once the pork has been resting for at least 7 minutes after cooking. That way you aren't overwhelmed with the spices. The fragrant hints of cumin are instant when this touches your mouth. Once you start to chew, the crispy texture of the crust comes ...

Drunken Five Spice Beef

Drunken Five Spice Beef

I really wasn't sure what to call this dish once I made it. It's not exactly a Mediterranean dish, after all. But, it has the flavors some of the Mediterranean dishes had when I was over there.The five spice is more Asian, but it definitely has hints of sweet and savory (reminding me more of cinnamon in this dish). The cumin definitely gives it that eastern vibe and plays together very well with the beef - adding a distinct richness. The beer...well, I was going to add wine but while I was ...

Shrimp and Cauliflower Curry

Shrimp and Cauliflower Curry

I used to make a ton of curry before venturing onto a ketogenic diet, but I had to find a way to get rid of some of the ingredients. No flour to make a roux, no mango chutney for the fruitiness and spice, no milk...hmm, it was a tough one - but I think I got it worked out!Though it does take some time to thicken up (thanks Xanthan Gum for speeding that up!) it's well worth the wait. This delicious keto curry will fill your house with the smell of the aromatic spices. Cooking longer without ...

Perfect Sunday Roast

Perfect Sunday Roast

A Sunday roast is the perfect meal for any special occasion. Whether it's a birthday, holiday, or just a family get together, a roast is a classic and traditional way to get everyone around the table enjoying a fantastic meal.I came across this recipe a while back, and I've done some variations on it - in the end, I always come back to using the same recipe I found years ago. It's one of the best ways I've ever cooked a roast, and one of the most delicious ways to get the money out of a ...

London Broil is Falling Down

London Broil is Falling Down

Every once in a while we just need something that consists of throwing a piece of meat and a couple spices into a slow cooker. Go off to work, or out of the house, and then come back to a fully cooked and delicious meal. If that's your case, this is the one for you! The meat ends up being extremely tender and pulls apart with a spoon. In memory of an old nursery rhyme I sang as a kid:"London broil is falling down, falling down, falling down. London broil is falling down, my fair lady. London ...

Coffee and Wine Beef Stew

Coffee and Wine Beef Stew

A delicious, rich, and slightly unique take on beef stew. Not so many people have heard of using coffee with beef in a stew, but trust me when I say this - you need to try it! The deep flavors that it produces is fantastic, almost similar to fish sauce that I add in other stews or chili's of mine.When you're cooking the beef, it's imperative that you don't overcrowd the pan. You want nice caramelized browns on the cubes of beef - adding more flavor as they cook down with the rest of the ...

Crispy Curry Rub Chicken Thighs

Crispy Curry Rub Chicken Thighs

A very hands off, but extremely tasty recipe - this combines the crispiness of the chicken skin with the tender, almost falling apart, meat. Though it does take nearly an hour in the oven, it will only take you about 5 minutes of prep work to have everything ready. So, once you get home from work, rub some chicken down, let it cook, and enjoy a fantastic meal - hands off, of course :)I also want to say thanks to everyone that visits the website! I know many of you come and see just 1 recipe ...