Tortellini Pasta Salad
Serve tortellini pasta salad cold or at room temperature. These easy tortellini pasta salad recipes include familiar blends of pesto and cheese.See Popular Tortellini Pasta Salad Recipes
Try a Betty Crocker pasta salad recipe.
30 minutes or fewer. Peppery watercress and creamy cannellini beans team up for a light and luscious one-dish meal. If watercress is unavailable, 8 cups of fresh arugula or spinach may be substituted.
Prize-Winning Recipe 2009! A touch of Italy is easy with this ready-in-30-minutes pasta salad.
Refrigerated tortellini and Alfredo sauce make this five-ingredient dish a cinch to prepare.
This meatless main dish salad is ready to eat in fewer than 25 minutes.
This salad is a hearty main dish meal. The vinaigrette, with little oil, has few calories while allowing the flavors of the salad to come through.
Bright colored vegetables added to cheese-filled tortellini make a satisfying yet low calorie meal that's perfect for lunch.
As delicious as a big bowl of Italian pasta is, it can't stand alone on the dinner table. Whether it's because we crave variety, extra nutrition. or just a delicious compliment to our favorite spaghetti (or penne, or lasagna), salad becomes the perfect accompaniment to any pasta -- and an Italian salad is even better.
Pasta salad is a no-brainer for potlucks or other occasions when you're asked to bring a course or side dish. It's simple to make, easy to transport, and can be prepared ahead of time. And since pasta salad lends itself so easily to ingredient substitutions or additions, creating a "signature" salad is a breeze.
Learn how to make pasta salad and you will have an easy side to bring to potlucks or make for any event. You can add many ingredients to create your own signature salad!
For lunch, dinner, a potluck, or even a party, this Summer Pasta Salad with Grilled Vegetables is a versatle and satisfying option.
Oh, the pain and anxiety of the suburban backyard barbecue: What can we bring that everyone else isn't bringing, too? If you get too creative, you might suffer the shame of packing up your Pyrex with everything still inside. But if you're too boring, you might not get invited back.
Quick and easy dinner recipes are what we want this summer. But we also want light and healthy. And -- hey -- who doesn't love pasta, all year long?
Think of this dish as instant Italy--a wonderful pasta salad with the pungent flavors of cheese, salami, olives, and tomatoes. This quick antipasto pasta recipe not only takes less than 30 minutes to make but it is as versatile as can be. Serve it as a first course before moving on to another great Italian recipe.
You say you love big pasta salads (like the one shown here), the ultimate easy dish for great summer cookouts and potluck picnics? Get ready for the Big Mac Salad, brought to you by McDonald's Italy and the 136-old-Italian company Barilla, the world's largest pasta maker. According to Britain's Guardian newspaper, the pennette pasta will include a balanced mix of tuna, tomatoes, peppers, capers, and olives, seasoned with a pinch of oregano and salt, and cost almost $7.50.