If you love sushi, you will love this ketogenic sushi burrito which you can easily make at home, and customize this tasty sushirrito-inspired version. The how-to video shows you a step by step way to make my keto teriyaki salmon sushi burrito – with an oven roasted salmon fillet seasoned with my keto teriyaki sauce and glaze, or make it with canned wild caught salmon. There is no cheese, so the sushi burrito is dairy free. The same ingredients, such as the cauliflower rice seasoned with traditional Japanese tobiko (seasoned vinegar for sushi), fresh vegetables such as lettuce, carrots and bell peppers/capsicum used to make this sushi roll can also be used with fresh wild caught light tuna, which I believe is healthier than albacore tuna, or pork belly, or with teriyaki chicken strips. After making the Keto Sushi Burrito Salmon Teriyaki Roll, wrap in parchment paper and cut in half, for a better than restaurant meal. Enjoy!
Chicken or Pork Belly make excellent alternatives to salmon, in my Sushi Burrito recipe.
This easy Italian recipe was adapted to be gluten free, grain free, keto and low carb. This spaghetti (squash) pie is an excellent keto breakfast or lunch and because it is even better when cold, the spaghetti pie is perfect for kids’ school lunches or to take to work as an on the go breakfast or lunch. The main ingredients; spaghetti squash, eggs, bacon and mozzarella work perfectly together to create a filling, tasty recipe. A link to the inspiration video by Laura in the Kitchen, Spaghetti Pie: The Portable Pasta, is provided in the FYI.
Traditional Scotch eggs are a favorite breakfast or picnic food. These keto, paleo, gluten free Scotch eggs start with a boiled egg done just the way you like, either soft and runny yokes, medium or hard boiled, then surrounded with a delicious seasoned pork sausage. I use a mild Italian sausage but you can use a farmer’s sausage or even spice things up with a chorizo sausage. This video shows both the oven baked Scotch egg method or the standard frying method. These tasty Scotch eggs are great for a prep ahead breakfast, on the go, or for brunch. They also make a great entree with a side such as my ABC Soup, Jicama Thai Green salad or Roasted Parmesan and Lemon Broccoli.