Traditional curries may have originated in the Indian subcontinent, but they have undeniably taken over the world today! From the classic Indian curries to creamy Thai versions to the popular Japanese katsu curry, or the many lesser-known variations from other parts of the world, there’s no limit to this culinary masterpiece.
So, why limit your palate to takeaways when you create your own keto chicken curry right at home? Whether you like your curry spicy or mild, these keto chicken curry recipes will arm you with plenty of inspiration to whip up lip-smacking curries from all over the world!
A popular Indian curry, chicken jalfrezi is made by simmering veggies and chicken in chicken stock with aromatics, herbs, and spices. Add tinned tomatoes and tomato paste to give some richness to the curry and simmer until it’s thick enough to your taste. It’s best served with keto naan or cauliflower rice!
Made with rich coconut cream and a variety of spices, this dish hits all the right spots. It uses caramelized onions, tomatoes, and coconut cream to flavor the chicken breasts, resulting in a flavorsome meal that tastes just like your favorite Indian takeout. Best part? It only has 6 g net carbs per serving, so you can enjoy second servings guilt-free!
Packed with bold Indian spices, Madras chicken curry is a spicy dish that makes no apologies for the delicious heat! Tender chunks of boneless chicken thighs are cooked in an aromatic curry featuring a medley of spices with tomatoes and coconut milk. But the secret is the Madras curry powder that adds an authentic flavor with just the right amount of heat!
This humble curry recipe is perfect for when you want something simple yet not lacking in flavor. Onions, green chilies, and tomatoes sautéed in ghee create a lovely base for the marinated chicken. Garnish with freshly chopped coriander and serve with keto naan for a wholesome meal.
Juicy chicken swimming in a fiery red curry, this chicken korma recipe offers the perfect keto dish that’s brimming with mouthwatering flavors. It has all the classic Indian spices, such as ginger and garlic paste, red chili powder, turmeric, cumin powder, coriander powder, and garam masala all cooked in coconut milk. And since the chicken is not marinated, you can put it on the table in just 30 minutes!
At just 3 g net carbs, you can’t get any better than this keto chicken curry! The low-carb recipe uses a boatload of Indian spices and aromatics to produce an exquisite dish. It also uses ghee instead of butter, adding a rich taste to the dish. Serve with cauliflower rice for a filling meal.
Chicken saagwala, or spinach chicken, is another popular Indian curry that’s also highly nutritious. It calls for cooking marinated chicken until golden brown, then simmering it in a gravy with blended onions and tomatoes and, of course, a generous amount of fresh spinach. Drizzle some heavy cream on top to produce a terrific dish that’ll have you licking your fingers!
Make this Thai curry at home with a keto twist in just 30 minutes! The key is to create the perfect base for chicken breasts and veggies, which you can do with warm spices, red Thai curry paste, and coconut milk. It keeps in the fridge for up to 5 days, so it’ll be perfect for your meal prep menu!
This is an easy curry recipe that’s perfect for beginners! It calls for pairing chicken breasts with onion, red pepper, curry powder, paprika, and coconut cream to produce layers of irresistible flavors that will have you going back for more. If you can handle the heat, you can also stir in some cayenne pepper to get a spicy kick in your meal.
In this recipe, a homemade green curry paste allows you to customize the popular Thai Green Curry for your keto diet! It even uses homemade coconut milk, so you can avoid the sweeteners and thickeners in store-bought coconut cream. It may seem like a lot of effort, but the resulting creamy, savory dish is truly worth the effort!
Bring this decadent meal to life with chicken breasts, coconut oil, fish sauce, liquid stevia, and peanut butter. It has the perfect balance of creamy, savory, and sweet, delivering an unforgettable dish. And if you have someone with peanut allergies dining with you, you can use sunflower seed butter instead.
You can’t go wrong with the iconic chicken tikka masala! And this recipe for keto chicken tikka masala is an indulgent dish that is also keto-friendly! It’s easy to make with chicken, aromatics, and spices, along with tomato paste and coconut milk. Serve it garnished with freshly chopped coriander alongside naan bread.