Kerala has a number of stews and curries made from coconut milk and all these are keto-friendly. Avial is a vegetable stew that has a number of seasonal and local vegetables like green beans, drumsticks, along with the flavourful curry leaves fried in coconut oil. Coconut oil and coconut milk are both rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, which are said to be good for the body. Get the recipe here.
5. Palak Paneer
Palak, or spinach, is another one of those superfood low-carb vegetables that is paired with paneer in the delicious desi combo – palak paneer. Palak contains a mere 3.6 gm of carbohydrates per 100 gm of the vegetable (as per the USDA data), making it a perfect addition to your keto meals. Get the recipe here.
All kinds of meats are allowed for consumption in ketogenic diet, so you may also choose from a number of desi non-vegetarian dishes. Mutton galouti kebabs and tandoori chicken dishes are some examples of keto-friendly Indian dishes that non-vegetarians can add to their daily diet.
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