Oh, the good old Keto diet. Looks pretty good, tastes even better, but all that effort and long hours in the burning hot kitchen just for food? Not our thing. If you are on a healthy diet due to the time and effort, it takes to curate keto meals in creamy ghee, and it is time you look into other low-carb options that are both healthy and filling.
Here are three of the easiest and quickest low-carb chicken recipes that you can enjoy making and munching on.
Creamy Herb Chicken
Creamy Herb Chicken with Milkio Grass-fed ghee
4 Thinned-Out Chicken Breasts.
2 Tbsp Onion Powder.
2 Tbsp Garlic Powder.
1 Tsp Salt and Pepper to Taste.
1 Tsp Dried Thyme.
1 Tsp Dried Rosemary.
1 Tsp Freshly Chopped Parsley.
1 ½ Tsp Butter.
½ Tsp Flour.
1 cup Half and Half Milk.
Marinate your chicken breasts using salt and pepper to taste.
Begin by grilling the chicken breasts on low-medium heat.
Once cooked, remove the chicken from the pan. Melt and brown butter and mix in the flour while whisking milk on low flame.
When your milk base has thickened, add in the seasoning mix, including onion and garlic powder, along with dried thyme and rosemary.
Mix and let simmer for 3-5 minutes.
Plate your grilled chicken, top with the creamy herb sauce, and garnish with freshly chopped parsley. To keep this meal low-carb, pair your meal with a cauliflower mash.
Mutton Ghee Roast is such a dish that it is cooked in numerous ways. When it is about cooking mutton, several dishes you can try. Have you ever tried Mutton Ghee Roast? Well, it is easy, lovely to taste, and it gets delectable with the brilliant blend of Milkio grass-fed Ghee, herbs, and aromatic spices.
In this recipe, Milkio grass-fed ghee has a cherry on the top. Adding ghee adds more taste along with an excellent aroma that elevates the richness of this dish. On that note, let’s get started!
The chicken ghee roast recipe makes a delectable chicken dish. Chicken is roasted in Ghee and red chili paste, as the name suggests. There are several variations of this recipe. Ghee adds a delicious flavor as well as increases the creamy texture of the preparation.
Method of chicken ghee roast recipe–
Marinate chicken in curd, turmeric powder, lemon juice, and half a teaspoon of salt. Place the mix in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight.
Dry roast the red chilies for 2 minutes on low heat. Connect a teaspoon of ghee to the same pan and roast the fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, cloves, and peppercorns for 3 minutes on low heat.
To make a perfect paste, combine the roasted red chilies and spices, as well as the garlic and tamarind.
In a heavy-bottomed vessel, melt ghee, add the marinated parts and cook for 20-22 minutes.
Remove and set aside the sautéed chicken bits. Connect the remaining ghee and the ground paste to the same vessel. Sauté for 8-9 minutes on low to medium heat or before the ghee separates.
Mix in the chicken bits thoroughly—Cook for 4 minutes on medium heat with the remaining liquid and jaggery.
Reduce the heat to low, cover, and simmer until the chicken is cooked and the masala is thickly coated on the chicken bits.
Remove the lid and roast the chicken for about 2-3 minutes. Switch off the heat and transfer to a serving dish.
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Ghee chicken is an internationally famous tasty chicken recipe. One of the great things about this chicken recipe is that there are no set measurements for the ingredients; you can add your personal touch by adjusting and manipulating the elements and their proportions to your liking. The uniqueness of the recipe is its excellent flavor and tongue-tingling taste with minimal ingredients.
Why NEW ZEALAND?
We do what we say we will do, and we do the right thing because it’s the right thing to do. This deeply ingrained value delivers the trust behind our good reputation. With our natural advantages and unique combination of values as a country – care, ingenuity, and integrity – New Zealand is ideally suited to making one of the essentials of a healthy diet.
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Using some spicy toasted spice powders, this chicken recipe is spicy and flavorful. The ghee gives the chicken dishes a rich aroma and excellent flavor. Here is a simple formula of ghee chicken for you to make at home and enjoy with your loved ones.
In a mixing dish, combine the chicken, yogurt, salt, and turmeric powder. Allow 30 minutes for preparation.
In a dry pan, toast the spice powders for 2 to 3 minutes. Put it in a blender with garlic. To make a smooth puree, blend it until it’s entirely smooth.
In a skillet, melt the ghee and add the curry leaves.
Sauté the onions, chilies, and salt until golden.
Mix in the chicken thoroughly—Cook for a total of 10 minutes.
Cook until the tomatoes are mushy.
Mix in the ground masala, tamarind, and water thoroughly. Cook for 10–15 minutes.
Mix in the garam masala powder thoroughly.
Cook until the curry has separated from the oil.
Mix in the coriander leaves thoroughly.
Serve hot with a side dish.
If you have decided to cook this ghee chicken recipe, you must use the finest quality, such as Milkio’s 100% pure and organic grass-fed cow ghee. BioGro, a New Zealand-based organic and non-GMO certification organization, has accredited this product as organic and non-GMO. FIANZ has issued Halal Certification to Milkio ghee. It’s high in healthy fats, has a high MCT content, and more vitamins and CLA, giving it a nutty buttery flavor.
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Eggs Poached in a Spiced Tomato Sauce with Ghee [Shakshouka]
Shakshouka kind of looks like an egg pizza, doesn’t it? The combination of eggs and fresh ripe tomatoes is refreshingly awesome. Roby and I eat this popular middle eastern dish all the time because it’s easy to make (one-pan meal) and it’s super tasty.
Shakshouka is made by poaching eggs in a spiced tomato sauce. It’s the perfect any time meal.
When you make this dish, start by cooking onions until they turn golden and then add garlic, serrano pepper and red bell pepper. Once that’s nice and soft, add tomatoes and simmer until the sauce is nice and thick. Spice that sauce and gently crack eggs into your skillet. If you’re trying to make the dish look fancy, crack your eggs in a bowl and then gently slide them into the skillet. This way if you’re clumsy and break a yolk, you can just use another egg (and eat the broken egg yolk egg separately). Cover your skillet until the eggs are cooked to your liking, sprinkle with a little cilantro and devour.
That’s all yolks!
Author: Ashley Thomas Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 35 mins Total time: 45 mins Serves: 3-4