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Missed my favorite South Indian dishes in my current Low carb high fat diet (LCHF) especially Idli & Dosas. Tried making coconut flour dosa and it turned to be a disaster, it happened well before any detail research about the flour. 

Made a instant Keerai Adai Dosai, with paneer, coconut flour, and the saviour physillium husk which acts the binding agent. Traditionally we use murungakeerai / drumstick leaves it was not in season, so made with green amaranthus. 

Paneer - 200 grams
Coconut Flour - 2 tbsp
Pysillium Husk - 1 tbsp
Yogurt / Hung Curd - 2 tbsp
Any Greens - 1/2 cup, finely chopped
Turmeric Powder - 1/4 tsp
Red chilli flakes - 1/4 tsp
Jeera / Cumin seeds - 1/4 tsp
Pepper, crushed - 1/4 tsp
Ginger - 1/4 tsp, grated

How to make:
In a mixer add paneer, coconut flour, pysillium husk with yogurt and blend to a smooth paste. Do not add more water if its not turning into a paste.

Transfer to a bowl add all other ingredients except for ghee, and mix to dough consistency …


These amazing baked cutlets / tots made with zucchini and Halloumi Cheese fries were a bomb. We had a small snack party for couple of our friends at home and served them with these delicacies. They were surprised to see these fat loaded snacks at our place. Gave them a short briefing on our low carb / keto diet plans and it got them puzzled, oh yes thats how these low carb and keto plans work. Except the hot sauce everything was homemade and low carb / keto friendly snacks.

Check out these yummax recipes. These are not traditional recipes so no hard rules on use of ingredients. Have used whatever was available in my pantry. Garlic powder and zaatar were used cause i wanted to finish them off before they could expire. Just go with simple and readily available ones.

Ingredients for Zucchini Tots:
2 cups - Shredded Zucchini
2 tbsp - Cheddar Cheese
1 tbsp - Flax powder / Egg 1
1 tbsp - Almond Meal
2 tbsp - Onions
1 - Green chilli
1 tsp - Grated ginger
1 tsp - Garlic powder
Salt as required
Red Chilli…


My yesterdays lunch had Curried Cauliflower Soup,
Methi Paneer Bhurji, Bhindi do pyaza and a simple Creamy Cucumber Salad. After a super exhausting workout i needed these to fill my self. This soup makes a meal by itself with some more fat addition. Its a spicy Indian version not the boring bland one.
Recipe for Curried Cauliflower Soup: 1 medium, - Cauliflower cut into florets and par boiled 1 no - Onion, sliced 1 cup - Veg stock / coconut milk / water 2 pods - Garlic, chopped  1/4 tsp - Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp - Jeera powder 1/2 tsp - Red chilli powder  2 tbsp - Coconut / Olive oil / Ghee / Butter Salt  Few chopped coriander
How to make: In a pan melt the fat, add garlic onions saute until color changes.
Add cauliflower, spices with salt and slow roast until cauliflower turns crunchy n bit charred.
Allow to cool, make a smooth paste by adding some water.
Transfer to the pan add the paste, coconut milk / veg stock / water bring to a gentle boil in low heat and switch off.
I used half cup coconut milk …


In my current LCHF (low carb high fat) diet plan the major missing is rice and secondly roti. Found a perfect alternative for roti recipe from here. With just 1 gram net carbohydrates these are ideal to go with any subzi / gravy / curries.

Ingredients for plain roti:
1 cup - Ground flax
2.5 tbsp - Psyllium husk powder
1/2 - Salt
1 cup - Water

Grind flax seeds in a mixer jar until smooth, do not allow the jar to become hot. Grind in portions if possible.

Add flax meal, salt, psyllium husk mix it a bowl

Bring water to good boil add to the mixture use a spoon / wooden spatula mix it, first it may be watery.

In few minutes it will harden up immediately. Do not allow to cool or dry, it has to be rolled immediately.

Divide in to portions, spread ghee / oil on a parchment paper / silicone mat / plastic sheet place the dough put another paper / sheet on it and roll it to 2mm thickness.

Remove the paper / sheet from the top, you can also use a sharp edged plate to cut them into perfect …


Low Carb / Keto cookies, for the weight watchers and dieters. Easy and sooper quick to make all that is needed is some patience to relish them. With bullet proof coffee this makes a perfect morning breakfast by itself.

1 cup - Almond flour
1/2 cup - Coconut flour
4 tablespoon - Coconut Oil
2 tablespoon - Unsalted Butter
2 tbsp - Sweetener of choice (optional)
1/2 teaspoon - Baking powder
1 teaspoon - Vanilla essence
Fat pinch salt
Fat pinch Cardamom powder (optional)

Preheat the oven to 180 C, place a silicone mat / tray.

In a bowl mix the dry ingredients, add vanilla essence, butter and mix until it forms a crumbly mixture.

Add coconut oil little by little until the dough becomes wet and forms into a shape when we hold it in hand.

Do not pour the entire oil at once, just slowly mix it. Stop adding oil once you find the dough comes to rolling consistency. You may not need the entire oil lot, but just keep it handy. Depends on the flours brand.

Roll in small balls a…

Sichuan Chilli Sauce | Easy Homemade Sichuan Sauce | Sichuan Paneer | Sichuan Peppers

Sichuan Chilli Sauce makes amazing number of recipes made using Sichuan Peppecorns. This variation of pepper can be just used like black pepper powder but gives that nice zing as well as a flavorful spiciness to the recipe. Attempted making a Chindian style sauce to suit our liking. Used Kashmiri Chillies for the color and Long Red Chillies for the Spiciness along with Sichuan Peppers.
2 tablespoons - Sichuan peppercorns
10 nos - Kashmiri Red Chillies
10 nos - Long Red Chillies
10 pods - Garlic
1 tablespoon - Ginger
4 tablespoon - Peanut / Sesame Oil
1 teaspoon - Salt

To make the sauce:
Pour hot water in to a bowl and allow chillies to completely soak in for an hour.

Fry the sichuan pepper corns in oil until smoky and set aside.

Make a smooth paste of the drained red chillies by scrapping the sides of the mixer and remove them. Add the peppercorns grind it to coarse powder and remove it.

In to the oil add garlic, ginger saute well add chilly mixture, pepper corns mix, salt and cook un…