Advertisements

Tag Archives: keto recipe

Spinach paneer wrap keto

INGREDIENTS

Spinach

Full fat Paneer or cottage cheese

Green chillies or jalapeño deseeded

Pepper

Oregano

Himalayan salt

Grated cheese

Ghee or butter

METHOD

We all know the first step to any vegetables or fruits is to wash them. So let’s start by Washing the leaf and then pat it dry. Crumble the paneer then add cheese and all the spices according to your taste and the Paneer filling is ready. Now place the filling on leaf and gently role it one by one. To stuff the filling in green chilli, you need to slit it, deseed it and fill it with filling. Grease the baking tray or use parachment paper, place rolled spinach in 1st batch and chillies in next batch or either. Grease spinach and chilli with butter or ghee before microwaving it. Microwave it for a minute or 30 sec.

Use the ingredients measurements according to your macros. Happy Ketoing..

Tip: To dry any leafy vegetables, you can always use salad mixer. It helps to dry them quick and hassle free.

Other keto recipe

Almond saffron (Kesar badam ) milk – keto/low carbs

Panner Palak low carbo recipe

Lemon Green Chili Pickle- Keto

Stuffed PAPRIKA

Soup with Basic Ingredients

Minty Garlic

Bitter gourd (Karela ) dahi wale – keto special

Advertisements

Almond saffron (Kesar badam ) milk – keto/low carbs

Kesar badam milk is the most healthiest drink for any age. For fussy kids like mine, I normally add almond pistachio powder so that they don’t realise and also their energy level boosts up. This is not the traditional recipe. This is quick fix recipe. I will soon post the typical traditional recipe of this.

Ingredients

50 ml coconut milk

1tsp chia seeds (soaked)

4 almonds chopped

4 pistachio chopped

Pinch of cardamom powder (optional)

1 leaf of saffron (kesar)

Ghee (optional)

Stevia ( optional )

Method

Mix all the above in same order and enjoy. Or you can heat the milk and then add the remaining ingredients. It always feels good to start the morning with cup of almond milk.

You can always replace the coconut milk with any other milk of your own choice. I have used coconut milk because of my low carbs intake.

%d bloggers like this: