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Looking for a new low-carb recipe to try? Here are a few from our Recipe Finder to consider. When determining what exactly “low-carb” means, we used basic guidelines from the Mayo Clinic: Typically, those following low-carb diets stick to 20 to 60 grams of carbohydrates per day (for perspective, the daily recommended amount, based on a 2,000 calorie diet, is 300 grams). Pick, choose and modify the recipes as needed to suit your diet.

Pounded Chicken, above. This simple recipe takes well to experimenting; be sure to check the suggested variations at the end. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 0g.)


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Roasted Chicken Thighs With Preserved Lemon and Olives. Simple weeknight chicken, elevated with a rich, flavorful sauce. Bonus: You’ll dirty only one pan. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 3g.)


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Mushrooms Baked With Garlic, Lemon and Chile Pepper. Lots of bright, zingy flavors here. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 4g.)


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Garlic and Mint Roasted Lamb. Save this one for a weekend, or when you can have a few friends over to cut into this beautiful roast. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 5g.)


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Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas. Only about five minutes of prep required. Serve with lettuce or cabbage leaves instead of tortillas, if you like. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 5g.)


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Green Tea-Poached Salmon With Asian Slaw. Complex but simple; serve it warm or cold. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 9g.)


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Tofu Scramble With Salsa Cruda. Breakfast for dinner, vegan edition. (Total carbohydrates per serving: 10g.)