If you love Mexican food and enjoy being on a low-carb diet, you’re going to love Low-Carb and Ketosis (pronounced” Leh-Tay-Oon”) at Mexican restaurants. For the last two years, I’ve been a devoted fan of Mexican restaurants.Here’s some list of top picks for the best low-carb restaurants in Texas:

First and foremost, make sure you get a drink with your Mexican food! Most places offer either mule (tequila shooters) or cans of red or green tequila. They also go well with the high-quality meats (and cheeses) being offered at El Rincon Mexican kitchen & bar.

Tacos and burritos

Another excellent option for a lighter meal is the tacos and burritos. My favorite dishes have been the fish tacos (tacos con Carne) and the homemade tortillas (tortilla chips). There are also a few vegetarian options if you’re willing to order another meat-based platter. The vegetables are always fresh and prepared fresh as well, so you never have to worry about them falling off the vegetables or getting overcooked. Of course, the beef and chicken entrees are also top-notch.

Cauliflower nachos

For a true low-carb experience, head to any of the places that specialize in Southwestern cuisine. You’ll often find dishes that will have you asking yourself “what did I just eat?”, as these typically combine traditional Mexican dishes with a healthy yet interesting twist. An excellent example is the cauliflower “nachos” that you can order at many places on the Southwestern tip of the country.

Of course, all of this depends on whether or not you want to have your protein (meat, fish, veggies, etc.) primarily within a short distance (a few blocks or a few miles), or if you want it to last (a few hours). If you go to the Mexican restaurants within a reasonable distance, you should have some tortillas and refried beans on hand (and maybe some corn tortillas). When you’re looking for low-carb-friendly recipes, the key is to look for something that uses vegetables as a part of the meal. This way, you can have meat, fish, cheese, and whatever else you desire – but you won’t feel like you’re missing out on any of the essential nutrition that meats have.


Another thing to keep in mind when looking through some of the Mexican food recipes that you’ll find online: remember that the flavor you’re going for will depend on the specific chilly that is being used. The hot, fiery Chiles will give you a lot of spice and will usually drive away from the chicken, fish, or seafood-eating crowd. But, on the other hand, the milder, more aromatic Chiles, such as those found in Mexican cuisine, will enhance the overall taste of the dishes you prepare. When in doubt, remember that you’re looking for low-carb Mexican dishes – not high-carb or carb-rich dishes. If you want to visit a Mexican restaurant in Texas visit El Rincon Mexican kitchen & tequila bar – Carrollton Location,

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