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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.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
8/7/2007
I served it in half of a red pepper; it was really good.
posted:
8/7/2007
This was so good. I made it my own. I added spinach, mushrooms, garlic, & sundried tomatoes instead of fresh. Grilled lemon herb chicken breasts. Next time I will add basil. A couple dashes of tabassco or ceyanne for heat. Oh let's not forget extra cheese. Yummy!!
posted:
8/6/2007
Needed something!! I added shrimp that I sauted in olive oil and garlic, sundried tomato and basil. It was bland. I sprinkled hot pepper flakes and still nothing. Won't make this again.
posted:
8/2/2007
had it as a side dish with chicken what a nice change from rice or potatoes.
posted:
7/11/2007
I added grated lemon peel and a clove of chopped garlic to the sauce. It definitely needed a bit more of a kick...I also used 6 ounces of cream cheese instead of four. With these changes, the meal was very good! I will definitely make it again.
posted:
7/10/2007
I have made this several times . It has become a family favorite .
posted:
6/15/2007
I'm not a cooked spinach fan, but it blends nicely with the other ingredients. I like that this recipe can be made lower in fat by choosing to use low-fat or fat free cream cheese and/or milk and the sauce will still thicken nicely with the help of the parmesan.
posted:
5/13/2007
This was a good dish, it could of used a little more of the sauce. It was tasty and I will definitly make it again!
posted:
4/15/2007
I made this for dinner (when company was coming over) & everyone loved it. They were all surprised to find out just how simple the recipe was!
posted:
3/2/2007
This was very good! I think that this might be good with sundried tomatoes too. But I would saute them a bit before to soften them up.
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