Baked sauerkraut rolls, meat, herbs and passion
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Baked sauerkraut rolls, meat, herbs and passion

Baked sauerkraut rolls are actually a version of baked Sarma. Have you already seen our article about this mythical dish from the Balkan countries? If not, have in mind, this is one of those dishes that makes tourists fall in love with the traditional Easter European cuisine. Naturally, when the winter knocks on the doors…

Sugarless Amazons – Our new video chat adventure

Sugarless Amazons – Our new video chat adventure

Sugarless Amazons, what a name, ha? Well, we believe it resonates with the philosophy of Greek Goes Keto! As you might know, we are very much Ancient Greek-inspired and we both are a bit history geeks. For this reason, my new series of video chats that’ll be published on YouTube will be called Sugarless Amazons….

Sheftalia – a Keto Mediterranean version
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Sheftalia – a Keto Mediterranean version

Sheftalia could be the most popular thing anyone remembers after visiting Cyprus. It’s even more famous than Halloumi cheese. But don’t think that sausages wrapped in caul fat don’t exist in other European cuisines. The French call it crépinette and they wrap just about any meat in pig caul fat and then grill or roast…

Keto chocolate muffins – a new flourless adventure

Keto chocolate muffins – a new flourless adventure

Keto chocolate muffins with real chocolate and not even a dash of Keto flour is our new project. As always, on Greek Goes Keto, flourless recipes make us geek-out from excitement! Not only because they end up with fewer oxalates, omega-6 fatty acids, they also offer fewer carbs. Moreover, our flourless creations are always softer,…

Keto spaghetti with meatballs, unbelievably low in carbs!
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Keto spaghetti with meatballs, unbelievably low in carbs!

Keto spaghetti with meatballs and creamy red sauce? How about this gourmet magic? And not only that, you will not even need that much tomato puree to create the most delicious red sauce you ever tasted! Well, this beloved dish known as the adored dish of children worldwide is now safe even for kids who…

Keto autumn pie, a time machine to the childhood

Keto autumn pie, a time machine to the childhood

Keto autumn pie brings the memories of fall in September and early October when every home smelled like cinnamon, spices and apples. Yes, you read it correctly, apples! They smell divine and they could be the most missed flavour for many Ketonians. Here’s a thing, if you have reached your goal, your health and blood…

Old fashioned salmon mousse? It was always Keto!
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Old fashioned salmon mousse? It was always Keto!

Old fashioned salmon mousse is a stellar recipe from the time when nobody had mixers, food processors and kitchen robots. How did chefs make anything so smooth and silky before our modern inventions? Oh, they were mastering it and in many cases, it was better than any creation of super-fast modern living. Unfortunately, we got…

Keto chocolate cinnamon cake, flourless and heavenly treat

Keto chocolate cinnamon cake, flourless and heavenly treat

Keto chocolate cinnamon cake, with all the layers and beautiful texture… It just falls into the category of special occasion Keto cakes. However, when you take a look at the ingredients, especially the fact that it’s flourless… Maybe you could prepare it more often. Fortunately, experienced Ketonians know that a good and nutrient-dense Keto cake…

Keto adaptation – Greek meatballs with avgolemono sauce
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Keto adaptation – Greek meatballs with avgolemono sauce

Keto adaptation or as we call it, ketonisation is the process in which we take traditional recipes and make them 100% Keto safe. In this particular recipe, we did not have to change much. Some Greek recipes call for flour, old bread or rice… However, there are many Greek families that think of meatballs as…

Keto honey substitute with powerful ingredients
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Keto honey substitute with powerful ingredients

Keto honey substitute? You most probably think this is a joke! Well, it almost sounds like a joke. However, we are as serious as we can be when we say that honey has been almost the only sweetener known to Europeans in antiquity. Native South Americans had stevia and Aztec sweet herb, Tibetans had Monk…

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