Can you imagine an Indian kitchen without potatoes, a big fat Indian spread without naan? Seems tough right? It is definitely a task to be on keto if you are an Indian, since carbs make for such an important component of our diet. For the unversed, ketogenic diet is where you drastically cut down on carbs and depend on fats for energy. When your body starts burning fats to fuel your body, you reach a state of ketosis. Keto works wonders for some, and be a #epic fail for some, but to think that you must have to stock your pantry with avocado and similar exotic foods to be on a keto, is a gross misunderstanding. There are ways you can give your desi dishes a ketogenic spin and here are some examples.
The fermented Indian crepe made with rice batter gets a Keto spin. The batter here consists of coconut milk, almond flour and cheese.
Ready in 30 minutes, sans cream and heavy carbs. Indulgence has a new address and it is this.
You did not think we will give you a keto recipe of butter chicken and leave naan behind, did you? Thi excellent bread is egg-free, gluten-free and made of healthy coconut flour.
If butter chicken is a little to mild for your palate, try the fiesty chicken korma. The rich, onion based gravy made with arsenal of spices will tug at your heartstrings.
Yes, even your biryani can be ketogenic and...without rice. Try this shrimp biryani and bid farewell to those untimely cravings.