Who knew this recipe would be so delicious?
I needed something fast for dinner and this is “Cookbook” month, where I try to make at least one recipe from every cookbook I own. Insane and impossible, but then that is me for you.
Anyhow, I made this and it was AMAZING. My family agreed. Something about this combination of flavors and textures really clicks.
Definitely give it a try.
Tortellini With Roast Beef And Broccoli In Red Wine Vinaigrette
9 oz cheese tortellini
2 cups broccoli florets, cut into small pieces
12 oz sliced, cooked roast beef from deli, cut into strips
1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
1/4 cup small black olives or chopped green olives
2 Tbs coarsely chopped parsley
1/3 cup olive oil
3 Tbs red wine vinegar
1/2 tsp salt and pepper
1 clove garlic, crushed
1. Cook tortellini according to package directions.
2. Steam broccoli until crisp, about 3 minutes.
3. Combine tortellini, broccoli, roast beef, onion, bell pepper, olives and parsley in a large bowl. In separate bowl, whisk oil, vinegar, salt, pepper and garlic. Pour over salad and let stand 30 minutes at room temperature before serving.
Recipe from 365 Ways To Cook Pasta Cookbook
Ji Nilsson is in the kitchen today.
Feels like a Broadway show in here.
Ji Nilsson, from Sweden, sings with a sweet, clear voice. Clearly, too, she has a wandering heart.
Stupid 2nite really begs the question, “Should we give in to that romantic urge or live forever not knowing if not giving in was the right thing to do?”
It’s wicked catchy, too.
Ji Nilsson-Stupid 2nite
Here is another catchy tune. I love the piano. And the lyric “So can I eat this delicious cookie?”
We all want to have our cookie and eat it, too.
You can check out Ji Nilsson on her Myspace page and her Facebook page. I love her magenta hair in her profile pic. A girl after my own heart.
As good as you said! My company was impressed. JoAnne
I’m so glad! Thanks, JoAnne.