¿Cómo hacer chilaquiles verdes?

Uno de los platillos presentes en los almuerzos de fin de semana y algunos desayunos de la semana laboral de los mexicanos, son los chilaquiles verdes con pollo.
Aunque para algunos estómagos extranjeros son un poco pesados, no he conocido a nadie que no los haya disfrutado.
Aquí hay dos recetas que puedes usar en clase para describir su preparación.
Las primera tienen las instrucciones en

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Here are nine ways I’ll be bettering myself this summer.

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