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The KetoDiet Cookbook: More Than 150 Delicious Low-Carb, High-Fat Recipes for Maximum Weight Loss and Improved Health -- Grain-Free, Sugar-Free, ... Paleo, Primal, or Ketogenic Lifestyle Paperback – January 15, 2016
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Creamy Cauliflower & Chorizo Soup
6 Servings, 15 Mins, 30 Mins
Hearty and warming, this sweet-and-spicy soup matches keto-friendly cauliflower with robust, meaty chorizo in a fantastic one-bowl meal.
Wash the cauliflower and cut it into small florets. Peel and
slice the garlic and onion. Heat 2 tablespoons (30 g/1.1 oz) of the ghee in a large pot and then sautée the onion and garlic over medium heat for about 10 minutes or until lightly browned, stirring frequently.
Add the cauliflower florets, salt, black pepper, and the chicken stock. Cover and simmer for about 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, finely slice or dice the chorizo and chop the rosemary. Heat the remaining ghee in a separate pan and add the chorizo and rosemary. Cook for about 5 minutes until the chorizo is crispy and set aside.
When the cauliflower is tender, remove the soup from the heat and set aside for 5 minutes. Blend with a hand blender to make the soup smooth and creamy or pour into a food processor and pulse. Ladle into serving bowls. Garnish each with the crisp chorizo and rosemary and drizzle in some of the chorizo juice.
Nutrition Facts Per Serving
Total carbs: 11 g | Fiber: 3.7 g | Net carbs: 7.3 g | Protein: 14.7 g | Fat: 24 g | Energy: 312 kcal.
Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (10%), protein (19%), fat (71%).
- 1 large (1 kg/2.2 lb) cauliflower
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1 medium (110 g/3.9 oz) white onion
- 3 tablespoons (45/1.6 oz) ghee or lard
- Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
- 4 cups (about 1 liter/33.8 oz) chicken stock (page 128) or Bone Broth (page 30)
- 1 large (200 g/7.1 oz) Spanish chorizo
- Leaves from 1 to 2 sprigs fresh rosemary, chopped
- Optional: 1 ½ cup (336 g/ 12 oz) crème fraîche or heavy whipping cream
"Martina has really outdone herself with The KetoDiet Cookbook. This book is filled with an amazing array of tasty recipes. I especially love the full macronutrient breakdown with each recipe. This is an invaluable resource for anyone living a low carb high fat lifestyle." - Maria Emmerich, co-author of The Ketogenic Cookbook
"Martina's low-carb creations taste as spectacular as they look. She's dedicated to providing accurate, reliable information to people interested in following a healthy, carbohydrate-restricted lifestyle." - Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE, author of The Low Carb Dietitian's Guide to Health and Beauty
"You're in good hands with Martina Slajerova and The KetoDiet Cookbook. Not only are her recipes reliable and true to the keto way of life, but they are mouthwateringly delicious. Lifestyle change is hard, but Martina makes it so much easier." - Carolyn Ketchum, founder of AllDayIDreamAboutFood.com
"Low-carb diets are an invaluable tool in dealing with health conditions such as obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, lipid disorders, epilepsy, and increasingly, cancer. Martina's work, including her blog, book and apps, has been a real gem for the low-carb community. Her real-food approach and attention to detail sets her work apart from many others." - Eugene J. Fine, M.D., professor of radiology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
"Just like Martina's blog and app, her new cookbook is an amazing resource for anyone interested in healthy living, with easy to follow recipes and beautiful photography." - Alex Pearlman, Ph.D., cancer biologist at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
"Martina's popular KetoDiet blog has been a wonderful resource for those following a healthy paleo/primal, low carb diet. She provides a wealth of information for successfully implementing a ketogenic diet and her recipes have become staples for those seeking low carb alternatives for their favorite foods. This cookbook is a must for any low carb cook's collection." - Lisa MarcAurele, founder of LowCarbYum.com
"Martina's newest cookbook is not just a comprehensive guide to eating for the ketogenic diet, it is also gorgeous eye candy! It is sheer pleasure to browse through her gorgeous photographs while drooling over the delicious recipes. I love Martina's recipes especially because they are made with wholesome, real food ingredients. Every recipe is explained clearly and well organized, so you can always get great results when making them at home. If you are following a keto or low-carb lifestyle, this book is a must have!" - Vivica Menegaz, founder of TheNourishedCaveman.com
"With its amazing quality, this book simply stands out from the grey crowd of the numerous low-carb and ketogenic cookbooks. That's why I am happy to recommend the book to anybody who seeks the latest information about healthy nutrition and the best, carefully developed ketogenic recipes." - Elviira Krebber, founder of LowCarbSoSimple.com
"Martina is an incredibly talented and innovative food blogger whose low-carb creations taste as spectacular as they look. She's also dedicated to providing accurate, reliable information to people interested in following a healthy, carbohydrate-restricted lifestyle. I'm eagerly awaiting the publication of this book and know that her many fans feel the same way." - Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE, Author of The Low Carb Dietitian's Guide to Health and Beauty
About the Author
Martina Slajerova is a health and food blogger living in the United Kingdom. She is the bestselling author of The KetoDiet Cookbook, Sweet & Savory Fat Bombs, and Quick Keto Meals in 30 Minutes or Less. A firm-believer in low-carb living, Martina discovered the ketogenic diet after being diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease in 2011. Frustrated with the lack of practical resources, Martina created the KetoDiet app and blog to help others live the ketogenic lifestyle successfully. A science geek at heart, Martina incorporates the latest research as well as firsthand experience into her advice. When creating recipes, she focuses not just on carb count but on creating delicious, healthy recipes that are free of processed ingredients, unhealthy vegetable oils, and artificial sweeteners. Today her blog posts reach hundreds of thousands of people and her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Huffpost Healthy Living, BuzzFeed, as well as dozens of other low-carb media and outlets.
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If you’re tired of zucchini noodles and cauliflower rice, this book will open up a world of culinary possibilities to make staying on your keto diet a treat for your tastebuds. Your spice rack will get a workout as you make your way through recipes from all over the world: Slovak sauerkraut soup, Thai-style chicken stir-fry, keto falafel, ropa vieja, lamb meatballs with feta, lamb vindaloo, slow-cooked beef korma, spicy tuna sushi rolls, and more. There are also plenty of recipes for infusing the common go-to dishes with new flavors: curried chicken salad, bacon deviled eggs, grilled steak with chimichurri sauce, garlic-and-kale-stuffed pork tenderloin. Who said sticking to a “special diet” means deprivation?
Since sugar- and corn syrup-laden condiments can sometimes be the undoing of an otherwise solid low-carb or keto diet, Martina provides recipes for keto-friendly ketchup, pesto, marinara sauce, and the one that’s the most difficult to make a no-sugar version of: barbecue sauce. And if you miss the texture of bread, rolls, tortillas/wraps, and other flour-based foods, you’ll find suitable versions of those, too, not to mention grain- and starch-free reinventions of foods that can help even the pickiest toddlers make a transition to this type of nutritional approach: fish sticks and chicken nuggets!
This book has dessert and snack attacks covered, too. There’s ice cream, fudgy mint brownies, crème brulee, keto hummus, curried coconut chips, chocolate & orange-spiced granola, and plenty of other treats and small bites to help you stay true to your low-carb/high-fat way of eating. And lest anyone be fooled that this dietary approach is nothing but bunless bacon cheeseburgers, there are recipes for low-carbohydrate vegetable dishes to broaden your palate while keeping you on plan.
Like any good keto cookbook should, this book provides a macronutrient breakdown of each recipe, for people who prefer to track their intake of protein, fat, and carbs. Information is provided in grams as well as percentages, plus fiber and net carbs, so all the math is done for you. Very easy to enter into whatever tracking software you use, if any. Additionally, the beginning of the book outlines some very basic information about ketogenic diets and introduces some of the ingredients that might be new to those who are just starting out on a low-carb/keto lifestyle, such as stevia and erythritol. If you are brand-new to this, I would recommend learning about the science of ketogenic diets elsewhere and then using this as a companion cookbook. If you’re already familiar with the whys and wherefores, the opening section will still help reinforce the principles of eating this way: good quality meats and fats, low-starch vegetables, what to look for on labels of packaged foods, etc.
If you find yourself bored of the same few recipes you stick to because you know they’re suitable for your LCHF/keto diet, and you’re looking to add to your culinary repertoire, The KetoDiet Cookbook will be very at home in your kitchen.