One Skillet Chicken Sausage and Tortellini

One Skillet Chicken Sausage and Tortellini

One Skillet Chicken Sausage and Tortellini
One Skillet Chicken Sausage and Tortellini

"One skillet meals like this Chicken Sausage and Tortellini make easy dinners a breeze — with very little clean up at the end! The pasta, the sausage, and the veggies all cook together in a rich Italian sauce for a simple supper that’s ready in less than 30 minutes! Whether you have kids or not, dinner just seems like a tough meal for most of us to pull together. We’re tired at the end of the day, rushed if we get home late, and just generally starving and cranky! What if I told you that this one skillet tortellini recipe will come to your rescue — even when you think the dinnertime cards are stacked against you?! I’ve tested it myself under the most stressful circumstances, and I can honestly say that it’s a WINNER. One skillet. Less than 30 minutes. Plenty of veggies to assuage any pasta guilt. Aaaaaaand…your roughhousing school-age boys will actually eat it!"

Serves6 people

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time15 min

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I'm retired, so it's not a problem to spent the extra few minutes to cook up some sausage for a dish like this. I'm not overly fond of chicken sausage, and I would probably opt for an Italian sausage. Yes, I know the chicken one is healthier, but it's a matter of taste for me. I love the Buitoni refrigerated pasta as well, and the three cheese tortellini works very well. Great recipe!

This looks like a quick and easy recipe! I'm definitely adding this one-skillet recipe to my to-make list.

I love the tomato and chicken flavors in the sauce for this simple recipe. Since it uses pre - prepared ingredients like tortellini and fully cooked chicken sausage, it saves you from having to dirty any other pots and pans for this dish. If you didn't have the cooked Italian sausage, you could use any cooked sausage for this - I used a turkey kielbasa and it tasted great!


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