“Top it off with some cilantro and green onion, and that’s it. It’s also perfect for meal prepping; you can pair it with rice,” she continued.
This looks like one of those meals you would cook and sit down to a laid-back night with a partner and watch some movies or catch up on a show.
Are you going to try making this for dinner tonight?
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