Make this delicious keto take on traditional chicken parm for a quick midweek meal that packs in protein and cheese! Ready in 20 minutes!
Cauliflower makes for a tasty substitute to flour in this keto-friendly pizza base with plenty of parmesan cheese for richness, perfect for weeknight cooking! All this goodness can be done in just one pan for easy weeknight dinner prep!
This traditional comfort dinner is both keto-friendly and easy to prepare. Simmer tender beef in an irresistibly satisfying mushroom sauce for a crowd-pleasing dish you can serve over egg noodles or potatoes!
This recipe comes from A Gift to Young Housewives, a classic Russian cookbook published in 1871. The author describes how to prepare “govjadina po-strogonovski,” or beef stroganoff with mustard, which became increasingly popular after WWII among European and Chinese immigrants as well as servicemen returning home from overseas duty. Our version uses broth mixed with flour as opposed to prepackaged mustard for an exceptional and creamy experience! It makes an excellent meal fit for family meals, date nights or special celebrations alike!
One of the great aspects of this beef stroganoff recipe is that all it requires is one pan and less than 30 minutes from start to finish, making it an excellent weeknight dinner idea!
Add some vegetables for a healthy side dish: asparagus, green peas or roasted brussel sprouts would make delicious additions. Finally, complete your meal by serving alongside buttery bread or garlic butter sourdough – these make great sides too!
If you have leftovers, be sure to store them in an airtight container in the fridge so they won’t overcook during reheating.
Add some variety to this classic dish by swapping out steak for chicken, using venison or pork in place of beef, and playing around with other stir fry-friendly vegetables such as bell peppers, bok choy, broccoli or bell peppers for stir frying purposes. For an added sweeter touch try drizzles of honey or spreading on some toasted sesame or chili paste on top – it all works beautifully!
Chicken Stir Fry
Chicken stir fry is an easy keto dinner solution that’s ideal for busy nights, packed with protein, veggies and healthy fats to keep you satisfied until the next meal. Plus it’s an effective way to clean out the fridge; use any vegetables on hand such as mushrooms, red or yellow onion, broccoli, zucchini water chestnuts snow peas baby corn and green beans – whatever’s handy will work perfectly in this quick recipe.
Making chicken stir fry in a large nonstick skillet is easy and fast! Simply heat 1 tablespoon of oil over medium high to hot heat before adding chicken pieces seasoned with salt and pepper and stirring frequently for approximately 7-8 minutes until all pink hues have faded from its surface. Remove and set aside.
At this point, you should start prepping your ingredients and creating the sauce. Doing it ahead of time will save time and improve its taste; to do this, combine soy sauce, ginger, garlic, cornstarch and cornflour before whisking in broth, oyster sauce and sesame oil.
Stir fry recipes can be an ideal way to clean out your fridge by using up any surplus vegetables you have lying around. Just be sure to include fast-cooking ingredients like mushrooms, red or yellow onion, spinach, water chestnuts, baby corn and snow peas for optimal results – otherwise feel free to experiment! You may add in whatever vegetables are your favorites as well!
This mouthwatering chicken stir fry pairs perfectly with rice, quinoa or egg noodles; or try switching things up by serving it over zoodles (low carb vegetable noodles)! Try them and see which you prefer best! Just remember to stay on track with your diet plan by choosing healthy options; staying true to it won’t always be easy but can certainly be accomplished! Good luck and happy cooking!
Lettuce wraps are an exciting, fresh, and healthy way to experience all of the delicious flavors of a sandwich or burger without all of the carbs. This recipe features chicken in an Asian-inspired sweet-tangy sweet sauce as well as plenty of vegetables such as mushrooms and green peppers – and can be ready to eat within 30 minutes, making an ideal lunch option for work or school!
Butter lettuce (or bibb lettuce) is ideal for these wraps as its cup-like structure holds all your fillings perfectly. However, if it’s unavailable try using other leafy greens such as romaine, endive or curly kale – any combination will do!
This keto dinner recipe is ideal for weeknight dinner when time is tight but flavor is key. With just 30 minutes needed to create it, this comforting and flavorful dish will satisfy even your pickiest eater! Plus, everyone in your family will surely love it too.
Hoisin sauce, soy sauce and chili garlic sauce combine for an exceptional umami experience in this dish. Hoisin contains fermented soybean products which create its distinctive texture, complementing perfectly the chicken and vegetables in this recipe. Soy sauce can be found at Asian supermarkets, or for gluten-free eaters Tamari is available. Finally chili garlic sauce provides spicy, sour and sweet flavors sure to please the palate!
Pork is an excellent source of B vitamins and essential minerals, so it is wise to include leaner cuts of pork into your diet from time to time. This recipe offers an ideal way to do that with its delicious mustard-apricot glaze – perfect for fall! Not only is this hearty dinner satisfying, but its lower calories and fat count will come thanks to adding in some healthy servings of roasted squash too.
Eggs are an integral component of any healthy eating plan, and this frittata shows just that when following keto. With summer squash adding an eye-catching pop of color and extra filling nutrients from its natural protein source. Plus, eggs provide essential nutritional benefits as an ingredient!
Shrimp Zucchini Noodles
This light noodle dish offers all of the delicious flavor of shrimp scampi without its heavy side. Zucchini noodles (zoodles) make this recipe simple to prepare while the addition of lemon zest and juice adds freshness and extra zest. Enjoy this light but delicious dinner today!
If you’re trying to eat low-carb, this shrimp scampi recipe is one of the easiest keto dinner ideas you’ll come across. Quick to make and packed with healthy vegetables and protein-rich shrimp, it makes an excellent way to satisfy both cravings for carbohydrates as well as cravings for proteins! Plus it serves up nicely on its own or over rice or cauliflower rice to create more filling meals!
Another delectable dish to try is air fryer chicken parmesan with broccoli and spinach – it’s a flavorful and healthy one-pan meal that will leave you satisfied for days! Plus, its quick preparation means you can whip it up even on hectic weeknights.
Keep this quick and easy low-carb dinner on hand when you need something quick and delicious for dinner. In just 15 minutes you can whip it up, packed full of nutritious and flavorful ingredients and suitable for gluten- and dairy-free diets alike.
If your household includes picky eaters, this dish can help get them on board with zucchini noodles. Packed with all of the flavors found in a traditional lo mein but without all of its carbs, it also features protein from shrimp as well as tons of healthy vegetables such as garlic, onions, mushrooms and peppers – it won’t disappoint!
Stir fry the zucchini noodles in oil until they begin to soften, before stirring in your sauce and shrimp. Cook the shrimp until pink and opaque in 2 to 3 minutes before removing from the pan to drain before adding wine for one or two more minutes of simmering and scraping up any brown bits from the bottom of your pan. Finally, whisk in lemon zest and juice and finish by tossing everything with sauce before serving!