Creamy Tortellini Skillet

Creamy Tortellini Skillet

Creamy Tortellini Skillet
Creamy Tortellini Skillet

"One pan. One hour. Dinner is ready! It would be super easy to toss in some spinach, shredded carrots, baby tomatoes, whatever works for you and your family. Also, if you aren't a big fan of sausage, leave it out. This dish is delicious with or without it. You can also go with turkey sausage or beef. Again, whatever works for you! What you need to make this recipe: turkey sausage minced garlic canola oil frozen tortellini cups spaghetti sauce chicken broth half and half grated Parmesan cheese"

Serves6 People

Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel SizeLarge Skillet with Lid

This recipe calls for half and half, but we have some other options if you need a half and half substitute!

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Italian food is popular with many families. Not only is this recipe easy, but it will have everyone asking for seconds. When making this, I would use lean ground beef or sweet Italian sausage, low sodium chicken broth, and fat free half and half. Serve this main dish with a tossed green salad, and dinner is ready.

Tortellini is such a versatile pasta, and as such, one of my favorites. This Creamy Tortellini Skillet takes one of my favorite pastas and combines it with a "One Pot Wonder" of a meal for a real win, win. Of course I used Italian pork sausage (personal preference), but other than that I followed the recipe exactly, and the result was a flavor filled dinner worthy of my Italian table. Served it with crispy Italian bread to make it complete.

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