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Keto Tortillas & Keto Nachos

It all started with a challenge

I made a Chicken Filled Tortilla for the #KetoCookOff challenge that Keto Connect is having and you guys demanded the Tortilla recipe since I hadn’t shown you that. So I decided to go ahead and not just show you how to make Keto Tortillas but also Keto Nachos as well. Full credit to KetoDiet App for this recipe. I’ve just tweaked it and made it a bit easier.

What do we do with these low carb nachos?

The first think I thought about when I made this recipe was getting a batch of my Keto chilli con carne prepared along with some guac, sour cream and cheese and just making a killer nacho plate using this. For the tortilla I guess you can pretty much fill it with anything from grilled chicken to some pork. I must also say that this tortilla doubles up as the perfect Indian roti aka the chapati. It’s thin, it’s flexible and it’s perfect for my Indian friends who are missing their roti-sabzi on Keto. So go ahead and give this a go. I would pair this with my Keto bhindi masala or even my white butter chicken recipe.

Nutrition Info (Per serving)

  • Calories: 113
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Carbs: 5g
  • Fat: 9g
  • Protein: 3g
  • Fiber: 4g

This recipe makes 6 serving. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal.

Keto Tortillas & Keto Nachos

A low carb tortilla recipe that doubles up for nachos
3.39 from 26 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Essential Ingredients
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 6 servings



  • Mix all the dry ingredients together
  • Add in the water and make into dough
  • Leave to rest for 45 minutes and portion the dough
  • Roll out thing between parchment paper
  • Cook on a frying pan on the stove or bake in the oven. Should bake for about 20 minutes in the oven at 200C but keep an eye on it.
  • Serve
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  1. Sahil, please write the recipe ingredients in US measurements, such as teaspoons, tablespoons, etc. I don’t have any idea how many teaspoons or parts thereof, is in .28 oz. LOVE your recipes and really want to make these tortilla chips!

    1. Please buy yourself a scale, it’s a must own in the kitchen, it is more accurate than cup measures. Cheers!

        1. Scales are very very cheap. If you also looked at the written recipe there is a little converter there for imperial measurements. Hope that helps.

          1. Some people are just shameless… they think the whole world needs to accommodate to their requirements… Sahil, you are awesome, your recipes are delicious!

        2. If you can’t afford a scale then you can’t afford to do keto.

          Sahil is very accommodating, stop being lazy and work out the measurements yourself

        3. Scales are cheap, you can find them for as low are $10. They’re more accurate when measuring ingredients also. Change isn’t always easy but sometimes it’s better and easier than you think.

      1. I love that the measurements are in grams!!! Thank you! It is so much more accurate then cups and teaspoon measurement as it depends on how you pack in the flour.

        1. Absolutely!! It’s ridiculous that we’re still doing things in cups. I mean measure broccoli in cups?? WTF!!!

  2. These were the best keto roti ever and I have been keto a long time and have tried many, many recipes – finally I get to eat my curries with my fingers and go back to my Indian roots! Thank you, thank you and keep the recipes coming!

  3. I made this tonight with the stir fried okra and they both were super delicious. I will definitely be making this again. My husband enjoyed just as much as I did. Thank you for frat recipes.

  4. Hi Sahil. In the video, you mentioned you baked them in the oven. At what temperature and how long for both the tortillas and nachos? By the way, I love that your measurements are in grams, as I have a scale that I use to track my nutrient intake in Cronometer. Thanks! 🙂

  5. Sahil I am a beginner keto and tried your recipes … awesome thank you so much . But these tortillas using the same measurements when rolled using parchment paper got stuck n I had difficulty taking them out to put on Tawa… any suggestions please

    1. If you live in India lots of times what you are buying as parchment paper is not the correct thing and everything sticks. Try getting actual parchment paper, not butter paper, not baking paper etc.

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