From soup to salad and stir-fry to casserole, these versatile stuffed rings of meat and cheese will fit into almost every meal and recipe. Try a Tortellini and Garden Vegetable Bake or Smoked Turkey and Tortellini Salad for an easy anytime pasta dish.See Popular Tortellini Recipes
Yes, you can make warm, comforting Italian-style pasta in less than 45 minutes. Using prepared sauce is the key to this easy dish, that includes tortellini, sausage and frozen peas.
Tender, cheese-filled tortellini turns this hearty bean and vegetable soup into a family favorite.
Two types of meat pair well with tortellini, cheese, marinara sauce and mushrooms. Buon appetito!
30 minutes or fewer. Using fresh pasta helps you assemble this dish in minutes. And the tortellini can catch and hold the sauce, yielding delicious bites with each mouthful. A tart green salad offers a flavor counterpoint, and oranges or poached pears provide a pleasing close. Makes about 9 cups.
It takes less than 30 minutes to create this savory soup loaded with tender, cheese filled tortellini and chopped spinach in a flavorful vegetable broth.
This is a great way to use up extra winter vegetables. I like a mix of carrots, parsnips, sweet potatoes, and cauliflower. I don't bother to peel most of these, as the skins are perfectly tender when roasted.
Just make a simple cream sauce to pour over the pasta for this cheesy casserole recipe.
It takes less than 30 minutes to create this savory soup loaded with tender, cheese-filled tortellini and chopped spinach. It's fast, satisfying and comforting.
This easy pasta main dish recipe will add a little pizzaz to your dinner table. The mix of spinach, beans, veggies, and cheese is ready in less than 30 minutes.
Try a Betty Crocker pasta salad recipe.
Cheesy ravioli and colorful vegetables are laced with Garden Combination Pasta Sauce for an easy, satisfying two-step supper.
Bottled stir-fry sauce provides a dozen seasoning ingredients in a single step making this five-ingredient recipe possible.
Fresh bread and wine transform these grilled shrimp appetizer kabobs into a light meal for four.
Wild mushrooms add a rich flavor that makes this low-calorie soup taste as though it has simmered all day long.