Keto Salad. This keto salad makes it easy to eat what's good for you. It's versatile, so you can use asparagus in place of green beans and salmon instead of tuna, or add garden tomatoes. And if you follow the keto diet, you'll be happy to know this is a keto chicken salad. —Nick.
Everyone raves about Caesar salad, but few realize it is so simple to make at home. Add this Caesar dressing on top of chopped romaine lettuce, croutons and parmesan cheese for a perfect salad. —Jane McGlothren, Daphne, Alabama Keto Egg Salad Classic egg salad is usually keto-friendly as it is. But because fat=good, we added an extra creamy, but healthy element: avocado! You can have Keto Salad using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Keto Salad
- You need 10 of chopped up eggs.
- You need 2 heads of romaine lettuce.
- Prepare of Macadamia Nuts.
- You need 3 oz of feta cheese.
- Prepare of Olive oil.
- You need of Salt and pepper.
This creamy keto salad with egg, mayo, and avocado is a great option for picnics and on-the-go meals. In particular, eggs are high in protein and fat, very. A keto salad roundup wouldn't be complete without an honorary steak salad. This Southwest steak salad twist adds some avocado, fresh cilantro, and lime, to pair with your juicy ribeye steak.
Keto Salad instructions
- Hard boil 10 eggs.
- Place lettuce, walnuts, feta, and eggs into bowl.
- Add 2 tbsp of oil.
- Add salt and pepper.
As if crafted by the Greek goddess of fat herself, the Cobb salad is the perfect keto salad. High-fat, relatively low-carb, tons of vitamins and nutrients, and a moderate amount of protein. When you get invited by your coworkers on a lunch date, opt for the Cobb Salad. Besides being well-rounded and healthy, we think it's even better the next day. A salad is a great option for a lunch or as a side dish to just about anything.