Hi Mark, the nutrition box states 1 serving (slice) out of 12. SO, if you wanted to calculate the nutrition for the entire bread, you’d just have to multiply it by 12. I’m sorry, but I did not weigh the bread so I cannot give you the nutrition per 100 g. There’s a good (free) nutrition calculator on the website sparkrecipes.com that you can use. Or download the KetoDietApp, it also has a good one. Glad you like the bread though!
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For salmon, I found that quality is directly linked to the price 🙁 I mean, sometimes Tesco and Giant would sell them at good prices but they seem to be, I dunno, off in a way. Rather than not eating salmon, I’ve decided to buy cheaper cuts and cook that instead. I’d buy the head and make salmon fish head curry. If you like fish curry, try this – so good!
Curry puffs or as we call it, Karipap is a comfort food for Malaysians. Well, any Malaysian food is comfort food to us. 🙂 Karipap is also known as epok-epok and is quite similar to Empanadas. Karipap is a dough stuffed with dry curried minced meat or sardines and then fried. Some add a quarter of a hard boiled egg in it. On a regular day, I would make Karipap using ready made puff pastry as I don’t have a good hand with dough ( I always over handle it). My Easy Sardine Curry Puffs recipe using puff pastry.
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I tend to get into deep ketosis on my third week of the month due to ramping up of exogenous ketones derived from MCT oils and other longer chain oils, and it’s not too good for my T3 and T4 markers so I usually get in a carb refeed on the last week of the month just so that I don’t stress my thyroid too much. Still, eventhough I do carb refeeds, they’re after heavy workouts and I only go for a maximum of 100g of carbs.
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This recipe works really well and seems to be pretty versatile. I always have chia seeds so I subbed those for the psyllium husk. Then husband asked if I could make cheese and onion bread so I threw some dried, diced onion and cheese cubes in it. He was very happy, it still baked up nicely and, most importantly, husband liked it. Thanks for posting.
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.