Side Dishes

Completely Keto Vietnamese Meatballs

Once upon a time, nestled within the bustling streets of Hanoi, there lived a renowned chef named Madame Liên. Madame Liên was celebrated throughout the city for her culinary prowess and her ability to infuse traditional Vietnamese flavors with innovative twists.

One brisk autumn evening, Madame Liên found herself inspired to create a dish that would capture the essence of Vietnamese cuisine while also catering to the dietary preferences of her health-conscious patrons. Drawing upon her deep knowledge of local ingredients and her flair for experimentation, Madame Liên set out to craft a dish that would tantalize taste buds and nourish bodies alike.

After days of meticulous testing and tasting, Madame Liên unveiled her latest creation: Completely Keto Vietnamese Meatballs. These succulent meatballs were made from tender dark meat ground turkey, infused with fragrant garlic and onions, and seasoned with a delicate balance of sweet and spicy flavors from keto-friendly Gochujang sauce and Swerve Brown Sweetener.

As word spread of Madame Liên’s innovative dish, food enthusiasts from far and wide flocked to her humble restaurant to experience the unique blend of traditional Vietnamese flavors and modern ketogenic principles. Completely Keto Vietnamese Meatballs soon became a staple on Madame Liên’s menu, beloved by locals and visitors alike for its delicious taste and health-conscious ingredients. And thus, Madame Liên’s culinary masterpiece continued to delight diners for generations to come, proving that innovation knows no bounds in the world of cuisine.

Completely Keto Vietnamese Meatballs

Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Thai
Keyword: keto vietnamese meatballs, vietnamese meatballs
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 5 people


  • 2 lb dark meat ground turkey
  • 1/8 cup olive oil
  • 1 large onion diced
  • 8 garlic cloves minced
  • 1 tbsp keto Gochujang sauce (find a keto friendly recipe; there are many to choose from online)
  • 1 Tbsp Swerve Brown Sweetener
  • 10 oz almonds chopped into bits
  • 1 cup parsley chopped


  1. Set the oven to 350 while cooking the onions until clear.

  2. Put the garlic in and keep cooking until it gets mushy and strong smelling. Pour in the keto Gochujang sauce and swerve brown sweetener.

  3. When the brown sweetener and gochujang melt turn the fire off.

  4. Add this mixture with the parsley and almonds into a blender. Add this to the turket and make balls with wet hands.

  5. Put on a grease baking sheet and bake on 350 for 15 minutes.

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