Tag: Greece

Keto Santorini

Keto Santorini experience – when all the nutrients sing a Cycladic poem

Keto Santorini experience can and should be prepared in any Ketonian home. Now, I know that original Santorini white eggplants and cherry tomatoes are not exported to all the countries around the globe. In some countries, you can find them if you search for the places Greek restaurants supply their ingredients from. But, of course, this is only for the biggest foodies and Hellenophiles.

Keto Tzatziki goes pink – colourful Greek inspiration

Keto Tzatziki dip was ketonised on our website sometimes in the spring last year. If you search the internet, you will find that almost every Keto website has their version. When it comes to our version, it’s as original as it can be! Actually, we make it in Greece every […]

Kourabiedes

Keto Kourabiedes – Greek Festivity With 0.8g Net Carbs

Keto Kourabiedes should not be that difficult if we were able to ketonised the famous Melomakarona. However, if you ever been in Greece during the winter festivities, chances are you coke yourself in powdered sugar when eating Kourabiedes. As we the Ketonians know how unhealthy sugar is, we don’t even have to […]

Keto Goulash

From Vienna via Budapest to the Adriatic coast – Keto Goulash

Keto Goulash is an ideal dish for the upcoming winter days. Have you ever heard about Goulash? I know, it’s not something traditionally Greek, but it’s quite similar to Stifado! The difference, of course, is in the fat source and spices. Veal, in particular, is more typical to the northern […]

almond cookies

Kavala Almond Cookies – Keto Version

Almond cookies are so typically Greek that if you search for a recipe online, most probably you’ll end up with one or another Greek version. In fact, these crunchy, chewy, delicious and simple cookies will win your heart. Since almonds are present in Greek tradition from ancient times, this is […]

Keto Psarosoupa 

Keto Psarosoupa – Creamy Fish Broth with Greek spices

Keto Psarosoupa (ψαρόσουπα) might sound like some Klingon dish: Especially if you don’t know a lot about Greek food-naming tradition. It’s always simple! You just use the main ingredient and add it to the preparation method. Psari is a modern Greek word for fish, while “soupa” is, well of course – soup! […]