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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.



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

54 Reviews for Tortellini Primavera

10/18/2010

This was very good! I added some diced grilled chicken and there was still plenty of sauce. I'll make this again, definitely.

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10/12/2010
Anonymous

I used this recipe tonight, for my wife and I. It was the first time I've ever cooked a real dish for her/us :-). I've done simple French Toast and such in the past. But I decided to do something different tonight. I just used broccoli, rather than mixed vegetables, and the rest was practically the same as provided.

We both LOVED it. Great recipe! :-)

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10/11/2010
Anonymous

Was really easy and turned out great!

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10/06/2010
Anonymous

Very good dish. I used fresh whole wheat tortellini, frozen broccoli, fresh carrots and peas. The choices of herbs didn't appeal to me, so I used Italian seasoning and thought it went well. The sauce was a little thin and I'd add a little more flour next time. As I was eating it I decided it would benefit from some white wine in the sauce--another thought for next time.

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10/05/2010

My husband really liked this recipe and it was very easy to put together! I only had a little parm cheese in the house so I added some sharp cheddar which was tasty. I used frozen mixed veggies and fresh broccoli which was a good combo. I had fresh chives but would also like to add other herbs next time (tarragon and basil sound like good additions). I did end up adding extra sea salt at the end because it was a touch bland but overall very good.

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