Kibsons is ahead of the curve again and has its finger on the pulse as the fresh produce home-delivery service rolls out themed DIY Recipe Boxes centred on the keto and paleo diet.
Who doesn’t want easier simpler and quicker dishes to be able to cook from scratch on a regular basis? The latest batch of Kibsons DIY Recipe Boxes takes this a step further by combining ingredients fit for a keto and paleo-based diet.
Today, there are more and more people talking about and subsequently experimenting with keto and paleo-based diets. Therefore, the team at Kibsons has cleverly created recipes that provide a gentle introduction to this way of eating. There’s nothing too strict or absolute since it is more of a delicious taster for those wishing to test the water.
For those who don’t know, the keto diet follows a low-carbohydrate, high-fat approach that promotes ingredients such as butter, meat, fish and cheese while restricting both carb and protein intake – typically this would mean a person’s daily diet would consist of around 70 percent fat, 25 percent protein and five percent carbohydrate. This forces the body into a state of ketosis, which means you end up burning fat for energy (rather than glucose) and weight and fat loss ensues.
Keeping this in mind, the people at Kibsons have rustled up a keto-inspired, parmesan-crusted chicken recipe that is topped with tomato sauce, melted mozzarella and accompanied by green veggies. The second keto-influenced recipe features juicy prawns in a rich and creamy sauce bolstered by low-carb cauliflower rice.
The idea behind the paleo approach to eating is relatively simple. Otherwise known as the Caveman Diet, it recommends a return to hunter-gather habits whereby processed products are shunned in favour of food that was available to humans millions of years ago. In other words, items that could be hunted and gathered – think lean meat, fruit, vegetables and small amounts of nuts and seeds.
The Kibson DIY Meal Boxes also take inspiration from paleo, with a vibrant and crunchy melon and cucumber salad full of fresh flavours and colours that doesn’t require any cooking at all and takes just 10-minutes to prep. Note that Kibsons advises not to be stingy on the tangy, slightly spicy dressing as it brings the whole dish together beautifully.
If you are looking for something a little more substantial, this steak and sweet potato hash ticks all the right boxes. It tastes fantastic, fills you up and doesn’t rely on any processed or artificial ingredients at all.
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