Are you on the keto diet and looking for some delicious Asian-inspired recipes to try?
Look no further!
I have compiled 31 of the best Asian keto recipes to help you stay on track while still enjoying the flavors of your favorite Asian dishes.
From flavorful stir-fries to comforting soups, these recipes are sure to tantalize your taste buds and help you reach your weight-loss goals.
So grab your chopsticks and let’s get cooking!
This low-carb General Tso Chicken recipe is the perfect combination of flavors and textures.
The chicken is perfectly cooked and coated in a delicious sauce, made with ginger, garlic, soy sauce, rice vinegar, ketchup, hoisin sauce, sesame oil, erythritol, red chili flakes, and chicken broth.
The result is a flavorful, restaurant-style dish that is sure to impress.
The almonds and shredded coconut give it a nice crunch, while the sesame seeds and snipped chives add a pop of color and flavor.
Super simple and easy to make, this naked wonton soup will satisfy all your cravings for traditional Chinese noodle soup.
The juicy pork and prawn/shrimp wonton meatballs add a delightful twist to the classic wonton soup.
The flavors of ginger, garlic, and sesame oil add a wonderful aroma to the soup.
The texture of the wonton meatballs, combined with the broth and other ingredients, create a delicious and flavorful soup.
This soup is a great low-carb alternative that will keep you full and satisfied.
When dinner cravings hit, you won’t want to miss out on this Keto Friendly Mongolian Beef.
The perfect combination of sweet, salty, and spicy flavors will tantalize your taste buds.
You’ll love the tender texture of the steak and the crunch of the green onions.
The rich sauce adds just the right amount of flavor and will leave you wanting more.
All of these flavors come together to create a restaurant-quality dish you won’t soon forget.
This keto teriyaki chicken is a delicious and easy low-carb dinner option that is sure to please the whole family.
The chicken is full of flavor from the soy sauce or coconut aminos, garlic, and ginger, and the avocado oil adds a nice richness to the dish.
The xanthan gum helps to thicken the sauce and adds a slight sweetness, and the sesame seeds and green onions provide a nice crunch.
My Experience With This Dish:
I’ve been making this keto teriyaki chicken dish for a while now and it always turns out amazing. It’s a great way to switch up the typical chicken dinner routine and the flavor is out of this world! It’s also a great meal to make ahead of time and store in the fridge. The leftovers taste even better the next day!
Who can say no to a hearty, comforting bowl of Asian Chicken Noodle Soup?
This Keto-friendly take on a classic soup is packed with flavor, texture, and nutrition!
A perfect blend of shiitake mushrooms, baby bok choy, carrots, and tender chicken, this soup is full of umami and just the right hint of spice.
The addition of toasted sesame oil, fish sauce, and a fresh squeeze of lime adds a unique and delicious twist to this soup that you won’t find in your usual chicken noodle soup.
Tip: To get an even better flavor, you can use homemade chicken stock or bone broth. Not only does it add more flavor, but it’s also packed with vital nutrients that will make this soup even more nourishing.
Instead of a traditional wrap, these Asian lettuce wraps are a delicious way to mix up your lunch or dinner routine!
The pickled cucumbers add a unique sour flavor to the wrap, while the spicy mayo gives it a kick.
The sauce is a blend of salty and sweet, with a hint of toasted sesame oil and garlic.
The ground beef is the perfect texture for the wrap, and the butter lettuce is a light and crispy alternative to traditional wraps.
Tip: For extra flavor, add some finely chopped green onions to the ground beef before wrapping it in the butter lettuce.
Just because something is simple doesn’t mean it’s not delicious!
This Asian Cucumber Salad packs a punch of flavor from the zesty soy sauce, toasted sesame oil, and rice vinegar.
The addition of crushed red pepper flakes adds a spicy kick that makes it an exciting side dish.
The cool, crisp cucumber, combined with the bright, fresh scallions, make this a refreshing and satisfying dish.
Tip: If you want to make the recipe even healthier, try using low-sodium soy sauce and substitute the sesame oil with olive oil. This will reduce the sodium content of the dressing, making it a great choice for those looking to watch their sodium intake.
When the broth and noodles come together, the flavors and textures of this ramen soup are amazing.
The ginger paste and garlic chili sauce gives the soup a spicy kick, while the chicken and beef broth add a deep, savory flavor.
The miracle noodles give a nice al dente texture and the spinach, mushrooms, radishes, and green onions add a bright, fresh crunch.
It’s a delicious and satisfying meal that will leave you feeling full.
Tip: For extra protein, add hard-boiled eggs! They not only add a delicious flavor, but they also make the soup even more filling and nutritious.
Oh my, these Spicy Shrimp Sushi Stacks are an absolute delight!
The combination of crisp veggies, sautéed shrimp, and a delicious low-carb spicy mayo make for a truly unique and delicious experience.
The shrimp is cooked to perfection and the veggies are crunchy, with a subtle sweetness.
The ginger sauce is a great addition, with a hint of warmth and a nice balance of sweetness and tang.
All layered on top of kelp noodles, this recipe is a flavor explosion!
Tip: For an even more flavorful experience, add a sprinkle of sesame seeds to the top of the sushi stacks! This adds a nice nutty flavor to the already delicious dish.
If you don’t mind a bit of a kick, this Sweet and Spicy Pork Belly is the perfect meal for you.
It has a delicious balance of sweet and spicy flavors, thanks to the combination of chili pepper flakes and erythritol.
The pork belly is caramelized and crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside.
The garlic and ginger give it a unique depth of flavor. With a side of coleslaw, this is one meal you won’t soon forget!
Tip: When sauteing the pork belly, make sure to have your pan on medium-high heat, and don’t overcrowd the pan. This will ensure that the pork belly gets nice and crispy on the outside.
Nobody is going to be disappointed with this easy Kung Pao Shrimp!
The succulent prawns, crisp peppers, and toasted cashew nuts are tossed together in a savory, tangy, and slightly spicy kung pao sauce.
A hint of ginger and garlic add a subtle background of flavor that bring out the sweetness of the prawns, while the white pepper and Sichuan peppercorns add just a hint of heat that will have you wanting more.
Tip: To make this recipe even easier, you can substitute pre-made kung pao sauce for the ingredients listed above. If you do, just make sure to adjust the amount of sauce you use to make sure it’s not too salty or too spicy.
Just look at this delicious and mouth-watering meal! This classic Vietnamese cold noodle dish is a great combination of sweet, savory, and spicy flavors.
The pork strips are marinated with a mixture of onions, oil, Splenda, dark soy sauce, garlic, fish sauce, lemongrass paste, and black pepper.
The pork strips are caramelized to perfection and served with cold rice noodles, fresh herbs, and crushed roasted peanuts.
With this dish, you can enjoy a variety of textures and flavors on one plate.
Tip: To make the pork strips extra crispy, try using an air fryer! This will help you achieve a crunchy, delicious thit nuong with minimal effort.
Seriously, this egg roll in a bowl with creamy chili sauce has it all! It’s a perfect balance of sweet, savory, and spicy flavors.
The ground pork gives it a hearty flavor and the combination of textures is incredible.
The crunch of the water chestnuts and sesame seeds, the chew of the coleslaw mix, and the tenderness of the pork, all come together for an unforgettable dish.
Tip: To make this dish extra flavorful, I recommend marinating the ground pork in garlic, ginger, and sesame oil for at least an hour before cooking. This will help the pork to really absorb all those wonderful flavors!
This soup is full of flavor, texture, and a wonderful array of colors.
The shirataki noodles provide a light, chewy texture that accentuates the tender bok choy and mushrooms.
The garlic, ginger, and sesame oil provide a flavorful base, while the soy sauce and rice vinegar add a salty and tangy depth.
The rotisserie chicken and marinated ramen eggs add a hearty, savory flavor.
Finally, the scallions and sesame seeds help to bring it all together.
Tip: For a delicious twist, try adding a teaspoon of Swerve (a sugar substitute) to the broth. This will give the soup a slightly sweet taste that pairs nicely with the savory flavors.
Once you go through the process of making this low-carb egg foo young dish, you’ll be rewarded with the classic flavors of egg foo young, but with a healthier twist.
You’ll get the crunchy texture of the vegetables combined with the chewy texture of the chicken and the eggs.
The sauce comes together with the chicken broth, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, and xanthan gum which gives it a slightly sweet flavor.
Tip: To make sure the vegetables don’t get soggy, make sure to stir fry them quickly over high heat. This will help to retain their crunchiness and the overall texture of the dish. As a bonus, you can also add additional vegetables such as mushrooms or zucchini to the mix for more flavor and texture.
I don’t think I’ve ever met a meatball I didn’t like, and these are no different.
Sweet and tangy, with a hint of chili heat, these beef and pork meatballs are flavorful, juicy, and super easy to make.
The garlic, ginger, and sesame oil give them an amazing aroma and flavor, while the cilantro, green onions, and lime add a nice freshness and zest to the dish.
Serve them with cauliflower rice or more appetizers on gameday to make a delicious, keto-friendly meal.
Tip: For an even tastier dish, try marinating the meatballs in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger before baking. This will give them an extra kick of flavor and make them even more juicy and delicious.
Man, this Air Fried Thai Chicken Satay is sure to impress!
The flavors are full of classic Thai spices, like turmeric, coriander, white pepper, and cumin, and the marinade is infused with umami thanks to the fish sauce, coconut aminos, ginger, and hot sauce.
The texture is juicy on the inside, and slightly crispy on the outside from the air fryer.
Plus, all the ingredients are dairy-free and gluten-free, making it a great option for a variety of diets.
Tip: Make sure to spray the air fryer basket with avocado oil before adding the chicken to ensure the chicken doesn’t stick to the basket.
Who doesn’t love a good curry?
This Coconut Chicken Curry is sure to delight your taste buds with its unique combination of flavors.
The fragrant aromas of garlic, ginger and curry powder simmer together, creating a flavorful and comforting one-skillet meal.
The tender chicken is cooked in creamy coconut milk, making the perfect balance of flavors.
The bright and fresh cilantro and lime wedges add a nice pop of flavor, making this dish truly unforgettable.
Tip: To make the most of this delicious Coconut Curry, be sure to have all the ingredients prepped and ready to go before you start cooking. This way, you can easily add the ingredients as you need them, and the flavors will meld together perfectly for an amazing dish!
How about a delicious stir-fry dinner that will have your family begging for more?
Beef and Broccoli is a classic dish that is sure to please.
The thinly sliced flat iron steak has a tender texture with a mild flavor that pairs perfectly with the crunchy broccoli florets.
To add a delicious Asian-inspired flavor, I like to use coconut oil, toasted sesame oil, and fish sauce.
Tip: For an extra boost of flavor, marinate the steak in a mixture of coconut aminos, ginger, and garlic before cooking. This will help to tenderize the steak and add an extra layer of flavor.
This pho is packed with delicious flavors, textures, and aromas!
The star anise, cardamom pods, cinnamon sticks, cloves, and coriander seeds give it a rich, earthy aroma and flavor.
The beef bone broth adds a savory depth of flavor, while the fish sauce adds a subtle umami flavor.
And the Besti Monk Fruit Allulose Blend provides just enough sweetness to balance out the flavors.
The beef steak and zoodles give it a delightful texture, while the optional toppings of Thai basil, cilantro, lime wedges, red chili pepper slices, scallions, and Sriracha give it a great kick of flavor.
Tip: For the best flavor, it’s important to caramelize the spices in a dry pan before adding them to the broth. This will bring out all of the flavors and aromas of the spices and deepen the flavor of the pho.
This Orange Chicken is a delicious and healthier version of the restaurant favorite.
It is packed with flavor and texture.
The combination of the sweet orange marmalade, the savory soy sauce, the heat of the red pepper flakes, and the garlic adds a depth of flavor to the chicken that will tantalize your taste buds.
The chicken itself is juicy and tender, and the Carbalose adds a crunchy texture to the dish.
Tip: To make this dish even more flavorful, try adding other spices such as ginger, cumin, or even curry powder. You can also add some chopped scallions or bell peppers to the dish for an extra kick of flavor.
Ah, sesame chicken.
A classic, flavorful dish with a sweet and savory sauce.
The crunchy texture of the sesame seeds, the juicy chicken, and the tangy ketchup-honey sauce all make this a delicious recipe.
Plus, it’s keto-friendly with the sugar-free honey alternative, so everyone can enjoy this dish.
Tip: To make the chicken extra juicy and flavorful, be sure to season it with salt and pepper before cooking! The salt helps draw out the moisture in the chicken, giving it a juicy texture.
If you haven’t tried a Thai Chicken Salad before, you’re in for a treat!
This dish combines the fresh crunch of coleslaw mix, shredded cooked chicken, scallions, red bell pepper, and jalapeño with the salty, creamy, and slightly spicy flavor of a peanut dressing made with toasted sesame oil.
The peanuts add a delicious crunch and a delightful contrast of textures.
Tip: For extra creaminess, try adding a dollop of Greek yogurt to the finished dish. This will also help to cool down the spiciness if you find it too hot.
Having a sauce on hand is a great way to add some flair to a meal.
This Peanut Sauce is a delicious and low-carb option that is sure to please.
The combination of garlic, ginger, lime juice, peanut butter, red pepper flakes, rice vinegar, sesame oil, tamari or coconut aminos, and Swerve creates a flavor profile that is both savory and slightly sweet.
The tamari or coconut aminos and Swerve help to balance out the flavors while adding a nice depth of flavor.
The sesame oil contributes a toasty nutty flavor, while the red pepper flakes add a subtle kick.
The hot water helps to thin out the sauce, making it easier to drizzle.
Tip: Be sure to adjust the amount of red pepper flakes to your taste. Start with 1/2 teaspoon and add more if desired. And don’t forget to season with salt to taste!
Simple, yet flavorful, this low-carb tofu stir fry is the perfect way to add some variety to your dinner.
The tofu cubes are perfectly crispy on the outside, yet still soft and creamy on the inside.
The combination of soy sauce, sriracha, rice vinegar, sesame oil, and garlic powder gives this dish a delicious Asian flavor.
For a bit of sweetness, I like to add a tablespoon of my favorite sweetener.
Tip: To get the perfect crispy tofu cubes, make sure to drain the tofu well and pat it dry before cooking. This will ensure that the cubes get nice and crispy, and not soggy.
This recipe is a delicious combination of steak, shrimp, and an Asian-style sauce.
The steak and shrimp are stir-fried together with scallions and a flavorful sauce made with low-sodium soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and black pepper.
The result is a savory dish with a balance of sweet, salty, and umami flavors, and a perfect texture contrast between the meat and seafood.
Tip: To get the perfect texture for the steak, be sure to cut it against the grain. This will ensure that it’s tender and easy to chew.
This Thai peanut salad is a delicious and healthy dish.
It’s packed with Asian flavors and a variety of textures from the crunchy cabbage and peanuts, to the creamy Thai peanut sauce.
The sweetness is balanced by a little spice from the red pepper flakes.
This salad is perfect for lunch or dinner, and you can even add cooked chicken to make a Thai peanut chicken salad.
Tip: Try toasting the peanuts in a dry pan to bring out their flavor and crunch even more!
If you don’t mind getting your hands a bit messy, you’ll be rewarded with a flavor-packed, pleasingly chewy, and utterly delicious potsticker.
The cabbage and Mozzarella cheese create a delightful crunchy texture, while the pork and garlic give the potstickers a savory flavor.
The Asian dipping sauce provides a nice salty and slightly sour flavor to complement the potsticker, and the optional chili oil adds a hint of spicy heat.
Tip: To make sure the potstickers hold their shape and don’t stick together, you can use a parchment-lined baking sheet or lightly oil the skillet before cooking.
Sure, it’s simple to make but don’t let that fool you—this Bang Bang Sauce packs a punch!
The combination of mayonnaise, Sambal, garlic, Sriracha, and Swerve confectioners creates a creamy and zesty sauce that will add a layer of deliciousness to any dish.
With its perfect balance of spice and sweetness, it’s sure to be a hit with your guests.
Tip: To make sure the flavor really comes through, give the sauce a quick whisk before serving. This will ensure all the ingredients are evenly distributed and you’ll get the most bang for your buck!
I’m sure you’ve heard of butter chicken, but if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat!
This easy-to-make and delicious low-carb butter chicken recipe is sure to please all of your guests.
With its savory flavors of garlic, ginger, onions, tomatoes, and a blend of spices like cumin, garam masala, cayenne pepper, and turmeric, this butter chicken has a delectable and complex flavor.
The combination of spices creates a unique flavor that is balanced out by butter and heavy cream.
The texture of this dish is velvety smooth, with tender pieces of chicken that are cooked to perfection.
Tip: When making this recipe, make sure to heat the butter and spices together before adding the chicken. This will allow the flavors to meld together for an even more delicious dish.
Oh my! This shrimp coconut curry is simply amazing.
It’s bursting with exquisite flavors, from the creamy coconut milk to the zesty combination of spices.
The shrimp is succulent and juicy and the onions and garlic add a nice crunch.
The cayenne pepper adds a delightful kick of heat that is balanced by the sweetness of the coconut milk.
It’s an incredibly flavorful dish that will leave you wanting more!
Tip: To get the most out of this dish, I recommend starting off by sautéing the onions and garlic in coconut oil. This will help to bring out the flavors of the dish and will give the curry its signature aroma. Feel free to add more of your favorite spices to make it your own!
31 Best Asian Keto Recipe Collection
- Low Carb General Tso Chicken
- Naked Wonton Soup | Easy Keto Wonton Soup Recipe
- Keto Friendly Mongolian Beef
- Keto Teriyaki Chicken
- Asian Chicken Noodle Soup (Keto, Leftover Turkey or Chicken!)
- Asian Lettuce Wraps
- Low-Carb Asian Cucumber Salad
- Keto Ramen Soup
- Keto Spicy Shrimp Sushi Stacks
- Sweet Spicy Pork Belly
- Easy Kung Pao Shrimp
- Bun Thit Nuong
- Egg Roll in a Bowl with Creamy Chili Sauce
- Keto Ramen Chicken Noodle Soup
- Low Carb Egg Foo Young
- Quick And Easy Keto Baked Asian Meatballs
- Air Fried Thai Chicken Satay
- Coconut Chicken Curry
- Beef and Broccoli
- Low Carb Keto Pho
- Sugar Free Low Carb Orange Chicken
- Sesame Chicken
- Low Carb Thai Chicken Salad
- Peanut Sauce
- Low Carb Tofu Stir Fry
- Asian Surf And Turf (Shrimp Beef Stir Fry)
- Thai Peanut Salad
- Potstickers with Asian Dipping Sauce
- Bang Bang Sauce
- Butter Chicken
- Shrimp Coconut Curry
- Pick your favorite recipe from this collection to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare all of the required ingredients.
- Cook your meal in 30 minutes or less.