10 Ketogenic Dinners You Can Make in 30 Minutes or Less

Are you tired after a whole day of work or school? This is a common experience, but being exhausted doesn’t mean you can’t maintain your ketogenic diet. Contrary to what others believe, it is definitely possible to prepare a quick low-carb, keto-friendly dinner. If you don’t believe us, check out these 20 ketogenic dinners you can make in 30 minutes or less.

1) Chayote Chicken Noodle Soup

One of the easiest yet most delicious dinner meals you can prepare is the chayote chicken noodle soup. Just like any regular chicken noodle soup, this one has a fantastic flavor to complement its texture. You can even have this as an alternative to high-carb comfort food. Plus, this is going to be very useful if you have a cold.

Each serving packs 204 calories, with more 126 of it coming from fat alone. You’re getting 14 grams of fat compared to just three grams of net carbs. Furthermore, the chayote chicken noodle soup has decent amounts of potassium, calcium, iron, and vitamins A and C.

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2) Keto Baked Salmon with Pesto

Are you in the mood for fish? Well, this keto baked salmon with pesto will surely satisfy your cravings. You can prepare this for yourself or for your friends during a weekend staycation. Baked salmon tastes wonderful, especially with the addition of a well-prepared pesto sauce.

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Each serving has a mere three grams of net carbs while having a staggering 90 grams of fat, which is 80 percent of the daily value. Plus, this salmon dish will help develop your muscles with its 49 grams of protein. Alongside the baked salmon, you can prepare some broccoli or salad greens as a side dish.

Here is a video of a keto baked salmon meal:


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3) Tuna Fish Salad

Many people believe that it’s satisfying to eat salad for dinner. But with this keto-friendly recipe, we can probably change their minds. Apart from salad greens, this tuna fish salad contains fresh parsley and mint.

Moreover, both the sliced zucchini and the pitted kalamata olives will further enhance its overall flavor — you won’t even have to use a salad dressing for this. This is good for one serving, which is perfect if you’re living solo and you don’t want to waste any food. You’ll ensure yourself of nearly 31 grams of fat and almost 42 grams of protein.

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4) Baked Halibut with Lemon and Thai Chili

If you’re not a big fan of salmon and tuna, why not have some baked halibut? This recipe will help you prepare a firm baked halibut. You can include mushrooms and leeks in this dish, or have a side of mixed greens. Preparation takes 10 minutes while cooking will last for 15 minutes. In less than half an hour, you’ll have a low-carb and high-protein dish to serve up to four people. Oh, and don’t forget to remove the small bone as you carefully cut the halibut steaks into two or four pieces.

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5) Bacon Coleslaw Stir-Fry

Do you want some bacon for dinner? Well, this bacon coleslaw stir-fry takes just 15 minutes to prepare. Likewise, it uses just five ingredients to reduce the items on your grocery list. Apart from the bacon strips — that’s ideally pasture-raised instead of factory-farmed — you’ll only need coconut oil, an onion, garlic cloves, coconut oil, and a ready-to-eat coleslaw mix. Cook until the bacon is crispy and stir-fry the coleslaw until it’s adequately tender.

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