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Steamed Chilean Sea Bass

Chilean sea bass is one of the most expensive fish you can buy. That being the case, a fool proof way to cook it is what you need. And I'm the man for the job.


Stretch your meal's volume by making soup.When calories are restricted it seems like cravings and the will to stuff yourself increase. How can you stretch those meager diet portions? Make soup! For very few added calories, you can get a lot of milage bit of a little bit of food.Recipe: 1 cup chopped celery 1 cup chopped carrot 1 cup canned plum tomatoes 1 1/2 cups chopped onion 1 cup sliced mushrooms 8 oz chicken breast, cut into chunks 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp black pepper 1 tbsp extra virgin oil 4 cups chicken stock 1 tbsp chopped basil Directions: Heat 1 TBS olive oil to a pre heated 4 quart sauce pan and add the onion, salt and pepper. Lower the heat and cook the onion until it's browned and well caramelized. Add the chicken and sauté with the onion until the chicken turns white - about three min. Then add the chicken...

Rice Pizza

The term “pizza” here is, especially for an Italian, EXTREMELY generous. It's more aptly named “rice pancake topped with cheese and tomato.” But, from a purely psychological aspect, it could be considered comforting.

Healthy Fish Tacos

Healthy fish tacos are made really easily using a poached fish filet from a previous episode ( 1 poached fish filet 2 tbsp prepared salsa (I like Willy's) 1/4 small avocado 1/2 cup shredded cabbage 2 tbsp Goya black bean soup squeeze of lime 1 oz low fat cheddar cheese (optional) chopped cilantro Directions: Spray a non-stick pan with cooking spray and slide in the fish filet. It can be cold, right out of the fridge. (That's the great thing about having these cooked ahead of time. All I'm doing here is crisping up the outside. Since the fish is already cooked, a few minutes in the frying pan isn't going to stink up your kitchen). While that's going on, lay out the tortillas and spread a little cheese down the middle. So, why the cheese? Other than the fact that it tastes amazing for very few grams of fat, I'm using...

Healthy Asian Spiced Chicken

This is my healthier interpretation of a chicken dish you would find served at your favorite local Chinese restaurant. 

Romano's Juicy and Quick Holiday Turkey

Sick of dry tough turkey? Learn a really cool technique to prepare tender juicy birds for the holidays or any time of year!

Healthy Breakfast Pizza

A nutritionally balanced way to shake up your breakfast. My daughter calls it "breakfast pizza," my son calls it "that pasta egg thing..." Whatever you want to call it, I can promise you you'll love it!

Romano's Holiday Stuffing For Your Holiday Bird

Turkey stuffing is a staple at many holiday tables. Here's a quick, easy, super clean, low calorie alternative to what grandma makes. You'll love it!

Foolproof, Quick, and Easy Healthy Lemon Swordfish Steaks

This is a quick and easy way to insure you don't ruin two perfectly good (and not cheap) swordfish steaks.Ingredients: 2 - 6oz swordfish steaks 3 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp chopped parsley Salt and pepper to taste. Directions: Season both sides of the steaks with salt and pepper to your liking. Next, spray the surface of a pre heated non-stick pan - half at a time, or a spot just big enough accommodate each steak - and lay in one steak with each spritz. Cook 3-4 minutes on each side. Once the second side is cooked, add the lemon juice and the parsley. Continue to cook until the juice reduces by half. Transfer the steaks to a plate, and top with the sauce left in the pan. Each steak contains:Calories: 310Carbohydrates: 40gProtein: 13gFat: 2g

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