Curry is a favorite flavor of mine, and I often make it at home. It’s a spicy, pungent ingredient that pairs well with a variety of other flavors, such as garlic, onion, and vinegar. Some curries are very easy to make, but a few can be daunting. Curries are often served with rice or bread, but it’s a great option to have in your kitchen for other meals. Because curry is made with a variety of ingredients, this dish is sure to become a favorite!
If you want to keep up with your low carb goals, it’s time to get creative. There are a lot of great foods out there that are lower in carbs than your normal meal, but they still taste great. We’ve found the perfect combination of curry and cauliflower rice to help you lose weight and feel great.
We have a secret to cook a perfect low-carb Indian meal – creamy and spicy curry. Amritsari chicken curry in particular is a yummy dish that has it all, and our recipe will make you feel like a champion (even if you are not a champion of low-carb food). (More information)
Curry chicken with cauliflower rice for a low-carb meal
We don’t think there’s anything more delectable than the mix of ginger, coconut, and curry. You should expect a rush to the supper table! Plus, it’s very simple to put together.
Medium (25 + 45 m)
In a large pan, melt the butter or coconut oil.
Fry the onion, ginger, and chili pepper for approximately 5 minutes, or until aromatic and softened.
Combine the curry paste and the chicken. Fry for 5–10 minutes, or until the chicken is light brown. If necessary, add additional butter or oil.
In the same pan, add the broccoli and green beans.
Only the solid portion of the coconut cream or milk should be added. Season to taste with salt and pepper, and cook for 15 minutes.
Prepare the cauliflower rice while the chicken is cooking.
Special equipment is suggested.
- Food processor or blender
Turmeric is a bright yellow spice that has a lot of health advantages and makes meals look delicious. It’s not the only spice you may bring to the celebration, however. To spice things up, use herbed salt, curry powder, or paprika.
Save the leftover liquid after you separate the solid portions of the coconut cream or milk to create wonderful smoothies!