Tortellini Primavera

March/April 2010

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This creamy tortellini and vegetable pasta is a real crowd pleaser. To make it even quicker, use frozen chopped vegetables instead of fresh. Serve with: A green salad and whole-grain baguette.

"It looks tasty but it's not meatless, as the link I followed suggests, unless you switch out the broth. "
Tortellini Primavera

54 Reviews for Tortellini Primavera

Delicious & Healthy Meal!

This dish was so flavorful! My son and grandkids loved it while visiting in FL now will try on my husband who really likes tortellini. Thanks for sharing!

Easy to prepare and bring together
Great, Simple Recipe!

This is a wonderful way to make tortellini. I used a nice frozen veggie mix and only cooked for a few mins to ensure they remained crunchy. I used parmesan cheese and I think all the flavors blended very well. This is a very tasty meal that is not time-consuming!

Surprisingly good

I had the calories in my budget and the ingredients on hand but I wasn't expecting much from this recipe. I am not a big fan of cheese tortellini or taragon. I followed the recipe without substitutions and it was very good. Next time I will used fresh brocolli and mushrooms instead of the frozen stir fry mix I used for this batch.

Delicious sauce
Easy, fun, and YUMMY

This was a very easy and fun to make recipe. The vegetables added a little flavor. All of my kids LOVED it! I suggest that when your make this you try different vegetables. Sometimes the broccoli is a pain i would suggest instead using Snap Peas. They add a different flavor to the whole thing. This recipe was BY FAR amazing!!


I have made this twice now and we love it. The first time it was a little bland, so the second time I added about 1/4 cup of chopped onion with the garlic, and used only parmesan cheese in the sauce. This upped the flavor quite a bit.

Easy, delicious, lots of vegetables

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