Tortellini are bite-sized dumpling-shaped pasta originally from the Italian region of Emilia between Bologna and Modena. Traditionally, they are stuffed with meat, cheese, herbs, and spices. These days, you can easily find them in assortments of color, flavor, and as frozen, fresh, or dried.
Tortellini are great to keep in your freezer or pantry for a budget-friendly, back-pocket meal any day of the week. It's cheap, delicious, can be stored for months, and can be used in so many different ways!
Here are 3 different ways to add to your cooking reppertoir.
This chicken tortellini soup is the answer to your weeknight dinner prayers. All you need is a pot of soup, a bag of frozen tortellini, and an optional store-bought rotisserie chicken!
Pro tip: Toasted garlic bread is a delicious partner to dip.
The perfect breakfast, lunch, or dinner! This versatile dish takes frittata to the next level with the addition of some cheesy tortellini, savory mushrooms, and chunks of fresh mozzarella- all in under 25 minutes!
This recipe is bursting with fresh and zesty flavors that will leave you satisfied. A light, lemony pasta salad that ditches conventional pasta salad pasta for some cheesy tortellini! If you need to convert any pasta salad haters in your life, this is the recipe to use.