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Creamy Restaurant-Style Tortellini

Creamy Restaurant-Style Tortellini recipe
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How easy is it to re-create that pasta dish from the restaurant? 20 minutes easy. Cream cheese is the secret ingredient. Baby spinach and sweet tomatoes are fresh additions.
20 min
20 min
6 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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loved it
With the additions other suggested, this was a hit.
Excellent and easy dish! I made this as a side for the Saucy Baked Chops recipe I picked up from here as well, and we all absolutely loved it. I'm sure I'll be making both many times again as a meal as they worked really well together, and this is a new favorite way to do tortellini for me. Thanks for a great recipe!
This is quick, easy and delicious. I only used one pkg. of the tortellini since it is only my husband and I but I made the same amount of sauce. It was very creamy this way.
Very quick and easy recipe. Not bursting with flavour, but still satisfying. My very picky eater (8 yr.old daughter) loved it. Went back twice for more. I replaced the spinach and tomatoes for red peppers only (very nice taste). Will make again.
I had been looking for this recipe for years. Finally found it and it is as great as the first time I had it.
This is super simple. It's good, but it needs something more. I added garlic and basil. And upped the cream cheese and milk. It's also a bit dry so I've added more milk since the first time I made it. I love the idea of sundried tomatoes so definitely going to try that next!
Tastes great! I added in some Sweet Italian Sausage for my carnivore boyfriend. We both loved it!
This recipe is great with a few modifications. The first change I made, I sauted some garlic in EVOO then added some basil, sea salt, fresh ground pepper and the tomatos. I transfered this mixture to a bowl then added the milk and cream cheese using the same pan. Once the cheese mixture (following the recipe) was complete I added the pasta and then the tomato mixture. The dish turned out great with a LOT of flavor, which I feel the original recipe is lacking. Even my 4 year old eat it up and asked for a second helping.
I have reviewed this recipe previously, but I want to add an additional review or override the original one. This is one fantastic dish, I just made it for the 3rd time. Next time I make it I want to try it with some Farfale, which is bowtie pasta, the spinach, no tomatoes, grilled sliced chicken instead. I am single, so I have to adjust the recipe as such. I use 1 pkg. of the pasta, 2/3 cup of milk, 4 oz. cream cheese, 3 Tbs. Parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste. I really don't measure spices that much. Of course, the tomatoes and the spinach, the amounts halved on each. It has come out perfect each time I make it, very wonderful dish, one of the best ones I've made in awhile from an online recipe
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