Healthy Recipes: Main Course

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Perfect Lump-Free Mashed Potatoes

Smooth mashed potatoes are easy to make when you follow my latest How-To Video: Always mash the cook potatoes when they are still hot. Make sure the milk is warm, cooling down the potatoes can cause the starch to thicken and get lumpy.

Roasted Butterflied Turkey

Millions of turkeys get cooked every year on Thanksgiving – the #1 question? How to keep your turkey juicy, and from drying out. You’ll find the answer in my complete Thanksgiving how-to video series…

How To Butterfly A Turkey

Get the professional scoop on how to butterfly, season, and roast a turkey so that it stays super juicy and tender. Plus, find out how to dial down calories while amping up flavor. It’s video #1 of my complete Thanksgiving How-To video series!

Cream of Tomato Soup

Everyone loves soup and sandwich – but making it yourself can be inexpensive and a lot healthier. Make a low-cal tomato soup 1-2-3 with canned tomatoes, garlic, olive oil and a spoonful of sour cream – you can even make this in a blender.

How To Cook Pork Roast So It Stays Juicy

Pork loin is lean, tender, and easy to cook. Because it’s low in fat most people have tendency to overcook it, so I want to share how professional chefs deal with this problem. Plus, this dish is also delicious cold – so make a double portion for sandwiches or a quick dinner served with salad…

Citrus Almond Chicken

Citrus goes great with this crunchy, quick to make chicken cutlet coated with heart-healthy almonds. Marinate the chicken overnight in fresh lemon juice to get the best results…

Fish Fingers

I created this recipe since that little people will find fish more appealing! Many parents aren’t sure how to cook fish and this recipe not only makes it easy, but is a big hit with kids. I noticed that the frozen fish stick are usually loaded with trans-fat and other unwanted preservative – things that don’t help little bodies grow strong.

Parchment-Wrapped Fish

Parchment paper sounds fancy, but it’s really just paper you can use in baking. I use it to construct a little paper bag to make an ultra healthy, super fast fish bake that is a tradition in French cuisine. You can always use aluminum foil in its place, however fish always tastes better to me cooked in parchment.