Some of these recipes are Paleo, so if you’re low carb you can substitute your favorite carb free sweetener for the maple syrup, honey, or dates that they might call for to add sweetness. 9. Chicken wings are always a winner and this low carb Bacon Wrapped Asian Chicken Wings recipe from IBIH is no exception. A little sweet, a little spicy, but most importantly wrapped in BACON and cooked until crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside! 10. These super cute Asian Lettuce Wraps filled with ground turkey from Kalyn’s Kitchen really look like they would hit the spot, and I love the addition of the crunchy peanuts for texture! Pretty sure I could down a whole bunch of these in no time at all!
17. In the mood for some seafood? Salmon always lends itself well to Asian flavors, and this Asian Salmon and Green Bean Stir Fry from ifoodreal is no exception! Loving the punch of citrus and texture of sesame seeds in this recipe – looks like a keeper for sure! You should also check out the Cookbooks Page to download your copy of The Gluten Free Low Carber and any or all of my Ezines!
My name is Mellissa Sevigny, and I use my culinary powers for good here at IBIH by creating delicious and satisfying low carb and gluten free recipes. We share Fitness Recipes for a healthy diet and to assist your muscle building and fat burning.
We're crazy about these!Drizzle with a little lemon juice or serve with homemade tartar sauce. This entry was posted in Gluten Free, Recipes, Weight Loss and tagged 17 day diet, diet, dinner, dinner recipes, family friendly, gluten free, italian, kid friendly, low carb, low carb pizza, meal plan, meal planning, meals, mexican, paleo, pinterest, popular, recipe, recipes, thai, variety, weight loss on February 25, 2015 by kelly. I got as far as the 15 Best Low Carb Mexican Recipes and 20 Best Low Carb Italian Recipes aaaaand then life got crazy and I never continued.
Next we have this delicious Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry by Willow Arlen over at Will Cook for Friends. This Easy Low Carb Pork Lo Mein is a recent addition to the IBIH recipe catalog, and one of my best low carb Asian recipes yet I think! If you’re a fan of traditional Kung Pao Chicken, you’re going to love this healthier version by Gina over at SkinnyTaste! You knew I couldn’t let this roundup go on without including some delicious low carb meatball recipes right? Another low carb Asian meatball recipe that I created is actually over on All Day I Dream About Food from a guest post I did over there last year. Next up is this gorgeous Beef and Cabbage Noodles recipe from Vanessa over at Healthy Living How To!
Lots of great support over there from fellow IBIH fans and low carbers so be sure to join the conversation – especially if you’re doing the Egg Fast Menu Plan or Weekly Keto Menu Plans! I am getting ready to start my cook all weekend- eat for 2 weeks marathon (including a foray into the celeriac pancakes) and I have been craving the sweet & sour, hot & spicy flavors of Oriental food! Our healthy recipes are classified into Post-Workout, Low-Carb, Shakes & Weight Gainer, Fitness Desserts, Fitness Breakfast and Fitness Snacks.
Feel free to use whatever kind of meat you want – ground turkey, ground chicken, ground pork, etc.
Zucchini Lasagna with Spicy Turkey Meat Sauce – This recipe is made by Monique at Ambitious Kitchen.
Shrimp Scampi with Zoodles – This recipe by Karen at Holistically Engineered is a 5 ingredient recipe! Taco Salad in a Jar – This easy recipe is pretty awesome in that you can prep ahead of time and store in the fridge. Using a spatula, transfer to a small pyrex bowl (mine measures 2 inches on the bottom and 4 inches at the top). Willow is super talented and hilarious (seriously, check our her selfies page, this chick has guts!), so even though she’s not usually a low carb blogger I am thrilled to be able to feature one of her recipes in this roundup.
If you’ve been hesitant to try low (or zero) carb Shiratake noodles, then this recipe is for you!
This genius recipe replaces traditional pasta or rice with zucchini noodles – and it looks amazing too! These low carb Kung Pao Meatballs are another one of my favorite meatballs recipes ever created.
It’s dressed with an almond butter chili sauce, and if just reading that doesn’t make you hungry, you need to check your pulse! Most are paleo, some can be vegetarian or vegan if you want and I believe all are gluten free (or can be made gluten free!). Wrap the meatball and a bit of chutney in some leafy green lettuce leaves and there you have a tasty low carb dish. Tons of veggie options – carrots, avocado, sprouts, spinach, cucumber, sweet potato, zucchini, tomato.
But if you’re trying to control your carbs, or need to avoid gluten, this microwave bread adds a nice variety to breakfast and lunch.
This recipe calls for shredded carrots, but if you’re very low carb you could easily sub in radish matchsticks for the same crunch and a lot less carbs! This recipe calls for carrots too, but you can omit it or sub in any of your favorite low carb veggies instead.
Delicious and sooooper fast to throw together, it’s even better than takeout – without the heaping side of guilt and shame!
Fortunately The Busy Broad has perfected a Low Carb Sushi method that you can customize a ton of different ways to recreate your favorite sushi in a low carb version! I actually have a bunch of low carb Asian meatball recipes so it was tough to narrow them down for this roundup.
And that’s saying something because I’ve created a LOT of low carb meatball recipes!!! My mouth is watering going down the list, too — especially over those general tso’s meatballs! This collection goes from Thai, to Italian, to Mexican and all around the world in flavors. Melissa also has written an e-book – The Gluten Free Low Carber – you should definitely check that out too!
In the end I had to include one of my most popular recipes here on IBIH, the General Tso’s Meatballs. While you’re over there be sure to check out some of Carolyn’s amazing low carb dessert recipes to round out your meal! For the sauce you could leave out the meat if you wanted it to be vegetarian and add more veggies or you could use another protein if you wanted.
Karen is big on 5 ingredient recipes, she’s even written a recipe e-book with 5 Ingredient Grain Free Desserts that you should check out.
Make sure it appears set, otherwise microwave 30 more seconds (but 90 seconds should be enough, and overcooking can dry it up). Treat it like any pizza you’d have – only this is easier and healthier for you!
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