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Dining Out: Mirani’s At Home offers restaurant quality food for busy eaters
Photos by Chris Pullam/22nd Century Media Mirani’s At Home’s chicken parmigiano ($14) features breaded chicken breast atop a bed of spaghetti in marinara sauce.
The fettuccine alfredo ($12 naked, $16 with shrimp) is topped with a creamy sauce, parmigiano reggiano and peas.
The restaurant’s beet salad ($7) blends mixed greens, walnuts, blue cheese and vinaigrette dressing.
The Kurdish red lentil soup ($5 small, $11 large) is a light, yet hearty, complement to any of Mirani’s At Home’s entrees.
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