This keto recipe, New Orleans Stuffed Mirlitons, also called Stuffed Chayote, is an easy keto recipe that uses chayote squash, shrimp and ham. This keto stuffed chayote recipe has been adapted from Charlie Andrews’ version (link below), to be a keto, grain and gluten free version of one of New Orleans’ most popular recipes, especially made during the holidays. However, the chayote squash, which is a fruit native to Mexico, is also very popular in the southern states such as Louisiana where it is called a mirliton. Other names for chayote squash are christophene or christophine, cho-cho, mirliton or merleton, chuchu, cidra, guatila, centinarja, pipinola, pear squash, vegetable pear, chouchoute, choko, güisquil, labu siam, ishkus or chowchow, pataste, or tayota. WOW, so many names! But a chayote by any other name is great to cook with, because of its light taste, and that it takes on the flavour of the other ingredients you are using in your keto recipe. Chayote is versatile and sautéed chayote is a great side dish that complements just about any main protein.
Nutritionally, chayote squash is a wonderful, low carb, keto, diabetic diet, Banting diet ingredient because it is low calorie, low carb and high in fiber. Chayote is also high in vitamins C, B9 (folate) & B6, vitamin K, and high in minerals such as manganese, copper, zinc, potassium and magnesium.
This tasty BBQ recipe originates in North Africa. My keto, paleo, low carb, sugar and gluten free recipe version is very easy to make. Flavours develop and are even better the next day. The North African flavours are a blend of complementary mix of spices such as cumin, paprika, coriander and cayenne. The sauce keeps well for several weeks stored in the fridge. This North African meat rub or BBQ sauce is perfect for lamb, chicken and beef recipes that you will grill on your BBQ, or in your oven.
This tasty keto, gluten free, and sugar free baked ham is glazed with a buttery and aromatic mix of maple flavor, Lakanto Gold sweetener, cloves and Dijon mustard in perfect balance of savory and sweet flavors. The glaze takes a couple of minutes to make and this keto version of a Maple Butter Mustard Baked Ham is a recipe for novice cooks, and seasoned cooks that love to make prep ahead meals. A great alternative entrée to turkey on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or Easter dinners.
This very easy to make and tasty Keto Korean BBQ Sauce, also called Keto Bulgogi Marinade, is used to make Korean grilled or broiled beef, pork, or chicken, known as Bulgogi. The Keto Bulgogi has a delicious sweet-and-salty flavor. The Asian Pear in the marinade is an essential component of this traditional dish and helps to tenderize the meat and adds to the unique flavor.
My Keto Beef Bulgogi – Keto Korean Beef BBQ is an easy and quick to make, classic Korean grilled beef that can be made on a BBQ or on a stove-top griddle or wok. The best meat to use is thinly sliced Rib Eye or Sirloin Tip which has been marinated overnight with my keto, sugar free Korean Bulgogi marinade. The meat is incredibly tender, and when grilled becomes caramelized. This tasty Korean grilled beef is a sugar free, gluten free recipe that can be served wrapped in a leaf of lettuce or with a vegetable side dish.
Tasty Chicken Enchilada-stuffed Zucchini Boats that can be made in less than half an hour. This version is keto, gluten free, sugar free. Just take a large zucchini, chicken breasts, sour cream, cheddar, cilantro, and salsa combined with a variety of spices such as chili powder, paprika, and cayenne, to create a sensational fusion of Tex-Mex flavors for an all-in-one stuffed zucchini meal your entire family will love.
This is one of the easiest Hungarian Chicken Paprikash recipes to make, which has been adapted for a slow cooker. This tasty recipe was inspired and modified from the original recipe from the famous Gundel Restaurant in Budapest Hungary. Chicken Paprikash is a very flavorful chicken stew suitable for the whole family.
This baby bok choy recipe is a nutritional power house side dish that uses fresh, whole ingredients such as baby bok choy, ginger, garlic, creamy butter and my Keto Teriyaki Sauce and Glaze. A tasty Chinese recipe that has been adapted to meet the requirements of the keto, paleo, low carb, gluten free and sugar free diet requirement. Best of all, this Keto recipe takes about 10 minutes to make.
An authentic and tasty Japanese teriyaki recipe that uses only three ingredients and can be made easily in less than 20 minutes. Use low carb, gluten free and sugar free ingredients to make a teriyaki sauce or glaze that will enhance any keto, paleo, low carb or diabetic sugar free dinner.