Tortellini with Roasted Broccoli

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Tortellini with Roasted Broccoli

tortelinni with roasted broccoli collage


~ organic cheese tortellini
~ organic whole broccoli cut into small pieces including the stems
~ organic butter and olive oil
~ organic Italian seasoning
~ organic buns and ketchup


1. boil tortellini according to directions
2. coat broccoli in olive oil and seasoning of choice, then bake at 350 for ten minutes
3. then broil broccoli for twenty minutes, mixing the broccoli and turning them over after ten minutes
3. mix the tortellini and broccoli and extra melted butter and olive oil

A BIG HIT! Plus it’s versatile, you can add any veggie of your choice or mix a few together.  


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Tortellini with Roasted Broccoli — 15 Comments

  1. That sounds so good! I love roasted vegetables… that would be good with cauliflower or brussels sprouts or asparagus as well, or even a combination. I might even throw in a few sun-dried tomatoes, because I seriously could eat those out of the jar:)

  2. This sounds amazing! I’m always looking for new meals to try and I’ll be giving this one a try this week! #turnituptuesdays

  3. Hi Karen,
    We would love to have you come join us on Real Food Fridays that goes live every Thursday evening @7 pm EST until Monday @ noon and share your recipes. It looks like you promote the same type of eating that we do. Real Food. organic, non-GMO. Love your recipe too. Hope to see you on our blog hop.

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  5. Sounds delicious! Pinned and stumbled. You are featured this week on Funtastic Friday. Hope you join us again this week.

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