Keto Dinner Recipes (Page 29)

Thai Chili Lime Meatballs

Thai Chili Lime Meatballs

I haven't done meatballs in a while and I wanted to see if I could put an Asian twist on some of the meats I had in the fridge. Well, I had ground pork and ground beef - so it was an easy one. Tons of limes are found throughout my house because I love them to bits - so I tossed some lime juice in pretty much everything I could and called it a day. These meatballs pack a bit of a punch, so if you're the type of person that doesn't like the heat, de-seed your chili peppers! The taste? Well, the ...

Creamy Spinach Pork Tenderloin Roulade

Creamy Spinach Pork Tenderloin Roulade

Okay, okay, I know when you hear the word roulade you start to think "Yeah right, this recipe is way too much work!" But just hear me out for a minute - it's really not. Think about this: you pound some meat, toss some fillings in, and roll it up. Not too hard sounding now, is it? Pretty much you'll just pound out a pork tenderloin, fill it with spinach and cream cheese, roll it up and keep it in place with toothpicks or butchers string, and throw it in the oven for an hour and a bit - no ...

Low Carb Coconut Shrimp

Low Carb Coconut Shrimp

Now I know the traditional ingredients of making coconut shrimp aren't in here, but trust me here - you won't be missing the old, traditional recipe. You'll get all the crunch, all the sweet and spiciness in the sauce, and all of the taste of regular coconut shrimp. Except, this time there won't be anywhere close to as many carbs. It doesn't take long to make, and it turns out fantastic! While I was cooking the shrimp, I decided to look online for an interesting way to make a dipping ...

Keto Skirt Steak Fajitas

Keto Skirt Steak Fajitas

Fajitas are something that I've been REALLY craving lately, so I set out to make some that weren't going to disappoint. Low and behold, these fajitas did the trick! They'll serve around 6 people, but I didn't make enough tortillas for that many. If you need to serve to a large group of people, take your time to make more tortillas than what's in the recipe. You can also make larger tortillas and serve 1 per person if you use the original recipe. You can find the tortilla recipe here, but I've ...

The Best Turkey Meatballs

The Best Turkey Meatballs

I kind of have a confession to make: I've been holding this recipe out for some time. It's one of my all time favorite meatball recipes, and to me, one of my all time favorite recipes in general. The tender turkey meat absorbs the flavor really well from all of the peppers, onion, and spinach, bringing you a delicious bite sized ball of meat that anyone on keto is sure to love. Heck, even non-keto people will love the smell of bacon and that'll get them going enough to really want to dig into ...

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 Preparation 4 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 ...