Keto Low-Carb is filling and super nutritious and can be served for lunch, brunch, or dinner. The recipe uses salt-free and sugar-free Montreal Steak Spice, New York strips, and butter. Super simple. If you are hunting for a delicious way to prepare steak and pair this steak with wine, check out this recipe.
Tuna steaks are meaty and satisfying. This salad offers harmonizes flavours that work nicely with the tuna. The creamy fattiness of avocado complements the fattiness of tuna. The refreshing flavours of blackberries and lime juice nicely offset the spiciness of ginger and cloves. The blackberry sweetness harmonizes with the sweetness in the sugar-free maple syrup. A fabulous combination of unique flavours. The recipe includes avocado, blackberries, cilantro, avocado oil, lime juice, coconut aminos, fresh ginger, cloves, olive oil, and Ahi tuna.
Keto Low-Carb Turkey Frittata is an egg dish you can make all year round. Easy and ideal for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner. The recipe uses turkey, eggs, coconut milk, parmesan (or vegan parm), onion, and garlic, and ground turkey. If you are wanting a delicious frittata recipe paired with wine, check out this recipe!
Keto Low-Carb fresh vegan ricotta can be used as a dip and in recipes like casseroles, pasta, lasagnia, and more. Super nutritious in monounsaturated fats! Lots of depth and roundness of flavour (umami) due to nutritional yeast. The recipe uses raw almonds or cashews, nutritional yeast, fresh lemon juice, garlic powder (optional), salt, and water. If you are hunting for a dairy-free, good fat ricotta that can be used with a variety of dishes paired with wine, check out this recipe!
When I started following my Keto Low-Carb lifestyle, I thought I would have to forgo my love of Bannock. I grew up eating Bannock. Bannock, also known as Indian fry bread, is an integral part of my Metis history and culture. The ‘Métis’ (pronounced May-tee) is one of Canada’s three recognized indigenous people (under the […]