5 Low-Carb Keto Rotis You Can Make On Your Weight Loss Diet

Amanda Gerla

Want to go on Keto diet but something’s stopping you? We know what it must be – letting go of the comfort of the classic Indian meal of roti-sabzi. We have grown up eating roti every day, so it’s quite unimaginable to live without it. It’s like our system is used to it and our appetite won’t be satisfied till we have a hearty homemade roti-sabzi-dal meal. But, if still your weight is bothering you, let nothing get in the way of your diet plans; just replace your regular roti with keto-friendly roti, and you won’t’ miss a thing.  

Now, you would want to know how exactly a keto roti is made. To your surprise, we have not one but five different ways you can make low-carb roti for your weight loss diet. 

(Also Read: 3 Keto-Friendly Green Chutneys For Weight Loss)

Here Are 5 Low-Carb Keto Rotis You Can Make On Your Weight Loss Diet:

Our Recommendations: 

1. Coconut Flour Roti: 

Coconut flour is the no.1 choice of dieters looking for low-carb flours, and so is ours. This roti can be paired with almost any Indian dish and the mild flavour of coconut will only enhance the experience. To make this roti, mix 100 gms of coconut flour with 20 gms of Psyllium Husk. Add 1 tbsp. ghee and knead with warm water. Let it rest for 15 minutes and make rotis the usual way. 

2. Almond Flour Roti 

Besides being low in carbs, almond flour is also rich in protein, making it the perfect keto food. And, well, we all are well-aware of the various benefits of almonds. To make this roti, take 2 tbsp of psyllium husk for 3 cups of almond flour. Mix with a pinch of salt. Add 1tbsp oil and knead with water. 

(Also Read: Here’s How You Can Make Keto-Friendly Naan, Paratha And Uttapam At Home)


Almond flour is rich in protein and low in carbs. 

Other Keto Roti Options: 

3. Masala Roti: 

If somehow, you are not able to get use to these plain keto rotis, we can help you make these more flavourful for your palate. While kneading dough with almond flour, add red chilli powder to taste, some cumin seeds and garam masala. You can also add a bunch of finely chopped coriander leaves. 

4. Keto Naan 

This one might turn out to be your favourite – because it is filled with cheese, and there’s no one we know who doesn’t like it. Instead of flour, cheese slices are topped with spices like kalonji seeds, white sesame seeds(optional), dried fenugreek seeds, and baked to make a fluffy keto naan. Click here for the complete recipe.  


Keto naan is a must-try recipe on weight loss diet. 

5. Cauliflower Roti 

Yes, you don’t really always need flour to make rotis. Grated cauliflower can as well do the job. Grate cauliflower, for 2 cups of cauliflower, add 1 tbsp psyllium husk. Add some salt and green chillies, and knead lightly. Since this is a mixture and not kneaded flour, you will have to place the mixture on a flat surface and flatten with your hands. You can also use parchment paper and when the roti is flattened, simply toss on the tawa to cook. 

We are sure that with so many wonderful options, you will no more be wary of following keto diet for weight loss, while continuing to enjoy your favourite Indian meals. 


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