Sometimes texture can make all the difference in a dish. Our recipe includes a crunch with a variety of flavor.
If you have a large skillet in your kitchen, take advantage of this recipe. If you want to add a little more nutritional value, replace with a whole grain pasta.
You read the title right. We’re switching out the chicken for fish to get all of your omega 3’s.
Shrimp is high in protein, low in calories and is readily available at grocery stores and neighborhood markets.
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