An Indian Food Feast

We love Indian food! We (literally) can't get enough of it: There are no Indian restaurants nearby, and going out for meals is a rarity and a treat for us right now. This has inspired me to find a way to make our favorite dishes at home, and of course make sure that they fit into our LCHF/Keto/Primal lifestyle...

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Cloud Bread

Here's a simple low-carb, grain and gluten-free bread that we like to use when we grill up some burgers (pasture raised of course)! About 1g carbs per slice, so these can...

Chicken Piccata

Here’s a recipe that always seems to say “springtime” to me. I have no idea why, since it can be enjoyed all year round - LOL! True to our grain-free but more relaxed carb intake here at the cabin, this recipe uses a little bit of potato starch to thicken the sauce. There are about 20 grams of carbs in two teaspoons of potato starch, so the starch in this recipe would total out to about 5 grams per serving. If you’d like to leave that out, consider...

Pan Seared Scallops Dinner

Here's our favorite way to prepare and enjoy scallops! Searing in butter brings out the salty flavor, which is beautifully balanced by the slightly sweet, creamy, parsnips (another reason we only enjoy this dish very occasionally), and brightened by a simply dressed salad of fresh greens - delicious and deceptively easy!

Pot Roast Stew

This hearty stew goes together quickly, then simmers all day to tenderize the meat and meld the flavors. Chuck or round are cheaper cuts of beef that can be further tenderized by cutting across the grain when making your cubes. Peas and carrots make this a liberal, low-carb dish.

Kohlcannon

We're back, with another dose of hearty comfort food, that fits very nicely into a low carb lifestyle! Featuring ground caraway seed, cauliflower and slightly pickled cabbage, Kohl-cannon (from Blumenkohl which is the German name for cauliflower) is a decidedly German twist on...