10 Indian keto-friendly foods

Here's a list of 10 Indian keto-friendly foods that can be incorporated into a ketogenic diet

Ghee

Ghee serves as an excellent provider of healthy fats with minimal carbohydrate content, rendering it well-suited for inclusion in a ketogenic diet.

Nuts and Seeds

Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseeds are low-carb and high-fat options that can be included in snacks or used as toppings for salads and curries.

Eggs

Eggs: Eggs are a fantastic source of protein and healthy fats. They can be prepared in various ways, such as omelets, egg curry, or as a base for keto-friendly desserts.

Spinach

Spinach (Palak): Spinach is low in carbs and high in nutrients. Palak paneer, a dish made with spinach and paneer, is a popular keto-friendly option.

Keto-Friendly Chutney

Coconut chutney made with grated coconut, green chilies, and keto-approved herbs and spices.

Avocado

Avocado: While not traditionally Indian, avocados are a great keto-friendly fruit that can be incorporated into Indian salads or chutneys.

Fish and Seafood

Fish curry: Prepared with low-carb vegetables and coconut milk or other high-fat sources. Shrimp tikka: Grilled shrimp marinated in spices and yogurt.

Meat Based Foods

Tandoori chicken: Grilled chicken marinated in a mixture of yogurt and spices. Seekh kebabs: Minced meat kebabs, usually made with lamb or chicken

Cauliflower

A versatile low-carb vegetable, cauliflower can be used to make keto-friendly versions of rice (cauliflower rice) or even aloo gobi (cauliflower and potato curry).