Recipes from my Kitchen

Spinach and Cheese Tortellini 

Hey Y’all! It’s me again! I have not posted this much in one weekend much less, ever! I am so happy to have such amazing time off! Well when I say time off, I mean nothing to really do because I’m happily in a season of being a housewife/homemaker and counsel my clients part time! So it has been an amazing blessing being able to take care of our small home and finish my master’s degree! 

But let’s be honest, finding recipes can be tough! There’s so much effort that goes into finding the right recipes that your family will eat. Then if you are like Gared and I, over the past 8 months or so, we’ve made a huge transition into eating organic foods and non gmo foods. So buying storebought things can just be flat out tough simply because not all brands have made the verified organic non gmo transition. So your eating habits have to sort of make a drastic change. But we’ve found so many things we enjoy now. 
I know I post a lot of recipes that a person with a busy schedule may look at and be like what the crazy?! But it’s not impossible. Dinner time doesn’t have to be crazy tough to make or stress you out! In fact, dinner time shouldn’t stress you out at all. That’s why I found this! And no it was not from Pinterest! Bahahaha! 


And guess what?? It’s a non gmo product! Yay for store bought! Mostly because I do not know how to make pasta, and this would be way too time consuming and I have so many more things to do than roll pasta and fill it. 

So basically I just followed the package directions! It takes 8 minutes to boil until the pasta is soft and ready for consumption! This brand is Butoni and they have a lot of choices, we chose the spinach and three cheese obviously. 


After it cooks, you drain the pasta water 💦! I used s glass bowl because glass tends to keep things hotter longer than other types of bowls like plastic. Really, you could eat the pasta with pasta sauce and forget additional toppings because it’s just absolutely delish! However, I added cheese 🧀 to the top of each bowl! I had a little bit of mozzarella left from a previous recipe and bought som parmesan also. But if you have Public where you are, they sell a three cheese combo of parmesan, asiago and romano. I think that would’ve been good as well. Lastly, my favorite sauce is Vodka Sauce! To me it has a creamier, tame taste. 


After I drained the pasta, I poured a small amount of sauce in the bottom of the bowl so it would be easier to toss and coat the pasta. Oh, not pictured is when I sprinkled a little bit of mozzarella and parmesan on the top while in the big bowl. And tossed it to coat the pasta.


So here’s the final result! This is with the flash on, and below is without the flash. 


We had enough left over for each of us to have another full bowl! It was so filling and so amazing! From start to finish, including boiling the water was about 20 minutes! The pasta package was 7$ and the pasta sauce was $1.89! A less than ten dollar meal and 20 minutes to make! Don’t make dinner stressful! Enjoy your family dinners y’all! 
Happy Cooking! 

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