How to Make the Best Crispy Ground Beef Empanadas | Low Carb & Keto Friendly Recipe

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How to Make the Best Crispy Ground Beef Empanadas | Low Carb & Keto Friendly Recipe

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18 responses to “How to Make the Best Crispy Ground Beef Empanadas | Low Carb & Keto Friendly Recipe”

  1. Good afternoon Mayra. Those crispy ground beef empanadas look absolutely delicious – as always, so much better than store bought. I believe I’ll have some for dinner tonight. TYFS and have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Se ven bastante ricas las empanadas. Un día de éstos me pondré a prepararlas. Me encantan este tipo de recetas ❤

  3. Is there a nut free flour substitute that could be used? My question goes for all low carb recipes using almond flour.Would coconut flour work?

  4. I have been avoiding tapioca flour after reading that it is not keto friendly.
    I love tapioca flour though, specially on a Brazilian classic, pão de queijo.

  5. I can’t wait to make this! Interesting! I never see empanadas sold in Mexican restaurants. They’re really big in Puerto Rican and Dominican culture! My favorite.

  6. I love your video and you use so much Ingres that I already have at home! What’s the recommended carb intake?
    Thank you! ❤

  7. They look amazing!

    I checked the macros on the blog and 15 g net carbs each is pretty high! I know that arrowroot flour is lower in carbs than tapioca, but with the quantity used it would still be pretty high. I think I’m going to research another dough recipe for myself, and skip the peas altogether.

    The empanadas that I knew long before my pre-keto days, had a small piece of hard boiled egg in one end, and an olive in the other. The filling was almost all well-seasoned meat with onion, garlic, pieces of olive and a few raisins. I think the lady who made them was from Chile?

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