Where my Filipino keto-ers at? Lol. I was inspired by @ketoassbih story yesterday and decided to share this plate I hesitated to post awhile back...there’s definitely more to Filipino food than meets the eye! You can keto-fy (almost) any dish to serve with garlic cauliflower fried rice and your belly will be extremely happy! .
Bicol Express (left) is a savory stew made of pork, coconut cream and coconut milk, shrimp paste (bagoong), onions, and garlic. It can also be made with chicken thighs or shrimp, either choice will be just as tasty because of the sauce!
Sisig (right) is a popular Filipino dish typically served on a sizzling platter that you can order at most Filipino restaurants. Mine was made with pork belly, aminos, vinegar, onion, garlic, jalapeño, and just a little bit of coconut cream. @ketoshmeeto has a bomb looking sisig on her page!
Baked mussels are common in Asian cuisine. I saw @ketowiththekousins make some and decided to make some, too! These are baked with Parmesan and a sriracha cream sauce.