Crispy Duck

Duck is an exceptionally fatty bird. If you cook it correctly you will get lots of crispy skin. You will get particularly good results if you spatchcock the bird and roast it flat. The picture here is when it has been fully cooked and pulled from the bones. Make sure to keep the fat for future … Continue reading Crispy Duck

Roast Chicken with Aubergine

Natural fat isn't bad so why would you choose dry lean meat over a fattier cut? Find out here. When roasting a chicken, I like to include some vegetables that will soak up the natural rendered chicken fats and juices, it makes them so much more tasty and filling. Aubergine is a perfect example of a … Continue reading Roast Chicken with Aubergine

Dinner – Pork Belly Chinese style

Pork is a rich source of many different vitamins and minerals including thiamin, zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, niacin, phosphorus, and iron. Pork belly is a very cheap cut of meat, it's ideal for an LCHF meal as its naturally fatty. This recipe feeds 2 adults and 2 young children. If you like Chinese food, … Continue reading Dinner – Pork Belly Chinese style

Weekend Dinner – Low Carb Roast

A common mistake that Banters (LCHF followers) make initially is not eating enough healthy fats. It is essential to have about 70% of your nutrients from healthy fats for the lifestyle to be really effective. A roast is always a nice dinner on a Sunday and is very easy to modify to be low … Continue reading Weekend Dinner – Low Carb Roast