If you’re still trying to figure out what recipe to make for dinner this week, make sure to add this Spinach Tortellini recipe. It’s a 20-minute dinner from start to finish!
When I say that this meal comes together super fast, you’ve got to see this happen. Because quite frankly, this is one of those restaurant-style dishes that is super easy to make at home.
Didn’t that dinner look amazing? Here are 3 perfect occasions to make this Spinach & Tomato Tortellini recipe:
- On weeknights, when you get home late and dinner is SO NOT READY.
- Need to swoon your dinner guests with a restaurant-style meal.
- When you need a little TLC by way of a bowl of warm and cheesy pasta.
Yes, this simple skillet recipe does these things and more. Plus, this is a meatless recipe that kids love.
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Spinach Tortellini Ingredients
A wonderful meal doesn’t take a lot of ingredients or fancy kitchen equipment, more like simple and fresh food prepared with your most basic cooking methods.
In this case, it’s pre-made tortellini, chopped spinach, garlic, canned tomatoes, with half n’ half, seasonings, and grated Parmesan cheese.
All ingredients I have in my pantry and fridge. If you’re wondering, who keeps tortellini in their fridge at all times? Me!
Tortellini is the perfect meal-building ingredient for busy weeknights –like in this recipe Tomato and Tortellini Soup! And, they are great for a quick and easy lunch when you have no bread left.
Now one tool every kitchen cook needs is a good stainless skillet, it makes recipes like this one possible. I love the stainless-steel option because it’s perfect for browning, sautéing, and can go from stove-top to oven.
Some of my family’s favorite quick dinner ideas come from a single skillet, and that means fewer dishes to wash. This is what I call #winning.
How to Make Spinach Tortellini
I’ve been telling you how easy this one-skillet meal is to make, so let me break it down. Watch how it’s done in this recipe video and then I’ll give you the step-by-step below.
Follow the package directions on the tortellini to get ready to make this epic dinner.
Cook the garlic in the bottom of the pan until fragrant.
Add tomatoes, spinach, seasoning to the pan and stir until spinach has wilted.
Pour in half and half and Parmesan cheese and cook, whisking constantly until a thick sauce forms.
Add the tortellini to the sauce, toss to combine and serve!
But back to tortellini, the real reason you’re here. As stated before, I use the refrigerated cheese tortellini but you can use the frozen ones, just make sure to cook it according to package directions before tossing it into the cream sauce.
You can serve this Skillet Spinach & Tomato Tortellini recipe as is, with a side salad or, steamed broccoli. And just like that, dinner is served!Print