Enjoy this keto-friendly ground beef enchilada recipe.
It’s always a good time to cook up the perfect enchilada! If you’re looking for a low carb version of your favorite meal then here it is! A few minor alterations and you can still enjoy this flavorful dish without any of the guilt. We’ll show you how!
This recipe is full of all the yummy things you love about a good enchilada–perfectly seasoned beef, garlic, onion, enchilada sauce, and of course–cheese! Can it get any better? However, the main ingredient that makes this dish keto-friendly is none other than the zucchini. Toss out that carb-infused tortilla and turn to this delicious and healthy veggie instead. A good vegetable peeler slices up the zucchini to create an ideal substitute. Not only is it low carb, but it’s a bit more flavorful, too. Plus, zucchini is infused with valuable nutrients that can help your body thrive. If you’ve never tried a beef enchilada like this then you’re really missing out! This is definitely a dish that deserves its place on your weekday menu.
This is a great recipe for lunch or dinner. It only takes about half an hour from start to finish. That’s definitely what we like to hear after a long, busy day. You don’t have to spend a ton of time in the kitchen to get a tasty and healthy home-cooked meal. Not to mention, there’s a decent amount of protein in this dish as well. The recipe makes six enchiladas which is great for a family or can easily be reheated for lunches throughout the week. Everybody loves a time-saving recipe and this one happens to be downright scrumptious! Don’t take our word for it–try it yourself and let us know how much you love it!
If you would rather make your own sauce, check out this keto enchilada sauce from Easy Keto Dishes. It makes for an excellent, rich and creamy addition to this recipe!
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