Another LCHF meal idea!

imageI’m back on the LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) diet this week, and whilst not bored of the usual recipes, I’m always looking to put a twist on an existing meal, after all a boring diet is one which you won’t end up sticking to.

People are always looking for carb substitutes, but nothing quite hits the spot, so I decided to go the other way, also away from the usual salad – as I don’t know about you, but I do tend to get a little bored with the same accompaniments all the time.… Continue Reading

Recipe: Tandoori Chicken


This Tandoori chicken dish is super easy to make, and only takes around 10-15 minutes prep in total. You may have had something like this from an Indian Takeaway, maybe labelled as a Shashlik (Although that is cooked slightly differently), however probably down simply as Tandoori Chicken.

Serves 2. Don’t be put off this recipe for marinade times, you can do anything from 1 hour to 24 hours, obviously the longer the marinade the better, but don’t be pressured into thinking it has to be an age, it doesn’t!… Continue Reading

Recipe: Creamy Garlic Chilli Lime Chicken

imageWhere do I start with this one!? This is a recipe of two halves which complement each other perfectly. Depending on how you serve this, it can be a LCHF dish.

On one half you have perfectly seared and cooked butterfly chicken, and on the other a creamy zesty sauce. I suppose you could do this with chicken pieces, or bashed-flat chicken breasts, but I thought the butterfly style would be best!… Continue Reading

Recipe: ​ Spicy Almond Chicken Strips



Around 70-100g Ground Almonds
2 Chicken Breasts, cut in to strips
2 Eggs, beaten
1 tsp Pimentón
1 tsp Mustard Powder
1 tsp Harissa
1 tsp Cumin
1 tsp Smoked Garlic Powder
1 tsp MSG
1/2 tsp Cinnamon Powder

(This is a #LCHF, Low Carb, High Fat dish)


Mix the spices and ground almonds together, I usually do this by placing in a sealed tub and shaking.… Continue Reading

Recipe: Sweet Minty Kebabs (Chicken or Lamb)


This recipe will go equally well with Chicken (As pictured) or bits of lamb, the intended final taste of the dish will be a mild minty start with a slow and sweet, slightly hot finish / after taste.

(This is a Low Carb, High Fat #LCHF dish)


  • 2 Chicken Breasts, cut in to around 6 pieces each, or around 600g diced lamb.
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