This is without a doubt the best keto bread I have tried to date. The taste and texture are spot on! I did add half a tsp of cinnamon and about 5 drops of stevia because I’m making this to replace homemade whole wheat cinnamon raisin bread. Reader beware this bread is dangerously good! I definitely need a smaller loaf pan to get a more square sandwich bread shape, the 9×5 made a flat thin loaf.
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I just started the keto diet and being Malaysian like you its so hard to give up the good ol Malaysian carb laden food like the karipap(which is my fav). So stumbling on to your blog is heaven sent. I am so going to try this karipap out. Thank you for making this keto friendly. Im gonna keep following your blog to see if you manage to ketofy(is this even a legit word…lol) any more Malaysian food.
I wish I could prepare this recipe for my beloved mum next Sunday (I can imagine she won’t even notice that it’s a low carb recipe! She’s always so skeptical to these kind of recipes), and share a cinnamon roll with her, but unfortunately I struggle with dairy. I’d think to substitute butter with ghee (the only dairy product I consume without problems), cream cheese with coconut cream (adapting the amount, should be enough reducing 1/3), but what about mozzarella? Any suggestion? (No cashews please.) Thank you in advance if you can help me. Your blog is always a wonderful source of inspiration 🙂
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Anyway, I’ve been on keto for two weeks now. I cheat here and there because of Raya while making sure my majority intake is fat. I’m experiencing stomach discomfort nowadays and weird stool (oops). My digestion was fine on the first week but towards the end of the day I felt quite dizzy to drive home. Totally fine now with lotsa energy. Except for the toilet part.
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I am not Malaysian but I’ve been living here for a while and have grown a fondness for Malay cuisine. Actually that is how I ended up here, was looking for Malay keto recipe. I just started keto last week- but I am terribly worried about the expenses. Everything is so freaking expensive! Just bought RM 120+ of ‘fat stuff’ (not counting the meat, veg etc.) and I am not sure if it will last me even 2 weeks :(. How did your expenses vary from before when you started keto?
Don’t care for lemon extract? Just replace the lemon extract with more vanilla extract, or use another extract. The beauty of this recipe is that it is easily adaptable and you can change the flavors to suit your own tastes. Sometimes I’ll use only vanilla extract in place of lemon, or use butter extract with the vanilla extract. When I’m really in the mood I’ll toss in some berries before baking.
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Oh another think I thought I might mention. I use store bought coconut cream as a substitute to any recipe that calls for whipping/heavy cream. The ones from pasar are too liquid, doesn’t whip up. I do have to give generous amounts of garlic (or flavouring in case it’s a sweet dish) to get rid of the coconut taste/smell. But apart from that it works as good as heavy cream at half the price.
But since I’m on a Keto way of eating, I had to find an alternative. The filling is perfectly fine and I did not have to use any substitutes. The dough however, was my problem. Few days ago, I found a Keto empanada recipe and it took me back to my trip to Spain last summer and I had 2 empanadas and that reminded me of karipap. So after some research, I decided to use a Keto empanada dough recipe but fill it with dry mince meat curry to make Malaysian karipap. I was a little hesitant because using a cheese dough recipe for karipap as it seemed like an abomination to karipap, but after I had my first bite I can safely say, IT’S DAMN DELICIOUS! You can’t even tell that it was made from cheese!
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just to share with you that i normally buy my cheese, butter, almond flour, nuts…from bakery ingredients shops that are selling much more cheaper than retail shops and supermarket. eg. i get raw almond and almond flour around RM39-41/kg, walnut around the same price. mozzarella RM50+/2kg block, cheddar RM70+/2kg block, cooking cream RM5/pack, while coconut flour RM12+ at Aeon….while i travel in eastern Europe, i’ll buy MCT oil and coconut oil which is ridiculously cheaper than Malaysia, eg, pure MCT oil is selling RM30+/400ml while the one i found in KL is selling RM60+ 300ml and VCO is RM20+/1l while RM60+ in Malaysia. also, in Eastern Europe, animal fats are easily available and cheap, if you happened to travel here you can pack some home.