I ate some lightly steamed gai lan covered with soy sauce and toasted sesame oil last night. Caspian decided to steal some, which might be attributed to the amazing smell of the sauce. I decided to take a gamble and make some for Caspian. So what follows is the result. I must say I am surprised at the volume of vegies that I calculated for him. He didn’t eat all of it as it got cold and perhaps not so yummy, so I would say start out with a small amount and test your ketokid to see if they like it. If you just wanted to serve a bowl of Bok choy for the carb serve it can get up to 50g + which really impressed me. This is 372 Calories with 23 g of protein a day. The Bok Choy would be fabulous in a stirfry…..
17 g Trout
17g Carrot Moroccan by Pilpal
15g coconut or fish oil served separately
2g Soy sauce or Tamari ( wheat free soy sauce)
16g Rice milk to be served separately
15g Bok Choy
I pan cooked the trout for the whole family and simply weighted out the amount for Caspian. Place the mayonnaise on top of the fish. Place the avocado and carrot next to the fish. Steam the bok choy last and drip the soy sauce and sesame oil on top. The oil and rice milk (or almond milk) are to be served separately. Enjoy!
These are the values I found on Calorie king for 100g trout: Protein 25g, fat 6g,0g of carbohydrate. For 100g of steamed boy choy: Protein 1.5g, 0.1g of fat and 1.8g of carbohydrates. Please check these values yourself and run it by your Dietitian if you are uncertain in anyway.