Keto Diet with South Indian dishes
This blog post is dedicated to folks who are just getting started with Keto diet plan and would like to continue eating delicious South Indian food.
I know there are so many keto diet articles out there that are very useful. When I first started keto diet there were very few resources with South Indian dishes. Sharing my first weeks diet plan with delicious South Indian dishes.
In short, Keto diet is a high-fat, low-carb diet. Keto diet forces your body to burn fats for energy instead of carbs. Your body breaks down fats into ketosis, instead of turning carbohydrates into glucose for fuel.
Before we start here are few suggestions to get started with Keto diet:
1. Make a plan
Make a plan and buy keto-friendly groceries for the upcoming days or a week. Keto Diet Grocery Shopping List For Beginners is an excellent resource to get started, know what to eat and what not to eat.
2. Make it your own
You do not have to follow someone else’s diet plan. Instead continue to eat same dishes that you enjoy eating but with keto-friendly substitutes.
For example, Substitute wheat flour with almond flour, sona masuri rice with shirataki rice, sugar with stevia, and so on.
Eat same dishes that you enjoy eating but with keto-friendly substitutes.
That being said, here is my first week of Keto Diet with South Indian dishes that I like.
Cauliflower rice, Methi with Ghee and Salmon fry with Indian spices.
Egg omelette with spinach, green pepper, onions and cheddar cheese.
Cauliflower rice, mushrooms sautéed in butter, cauliflower fried, and boiled eggs.
Eggplant with Ghee, Cauliflower rice
Spinach cheese omelette
Butter chicken curry, Cauliflower rice.
Flaxseed roti with butter chicken curry
Smoothie (Avocado, Spinach, Flaxseeds, almond milk & stevia)
Almond flour roti with butter chicken curry
Greek yogurt with avocado, almond milk smoothie and vanilla extract.
Almond flour roti with Karela fry
Pancake made with Eggs, Almond flour, cream, coconut flour, baking powder and vanilla extract.
Almond flour roti with Mutton liver curry
Shirataki rice with mutton curry (goat meat)
Almond flour roti with Spinach curry
Dosa made with almond flour, cheddar cheese, salt. Coconut chutney on the side.
Almond flour roti with cabbage curry
Chai with heavy cream, cardamom ground and stevia
Almond flour roti, cabbage curry and mutton curry.
Hope you get some inspiration from this list. Share your favorite south indian dishes by commenting below, I’ll link it in this article.