Pasta Tortellini

Today I was a little bit in a hurry, because I have to present my local radio broadcast. So I decided to make a simple pasta. Everyone in the family like this recipe. Glad for a mom to hear that even the children likes the recipe.
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Ingredients you will need:

  1. Bertolli organic olive oil
  2. 1 bag Grand’Italia Tortellini au Formaggi
  3. 1 pot Bertolli pasta sauces Basil
  4. 1 aubergine
  5. 1 union
  6. 3 garlic clove
  7. 1 courgette
  8. 1 big and long carrot
  9. 1 red paprika
  10. 1 can of corn
  11. 1 bag of grated cheese (old cheese)
  12. 1 Chik’n Tenders by Quorn (or vegetarian chicken)
  13. Red pesto

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How to make this recipe?

First put two tablespoons of olive oil in a frying pan. Then put on the fire very gently. Put water in the kettle. Cut the union in normal pieces. Not too big and not too small. Then fry it in the pan. Put the Tortellini in the pan with hot water from the kettle (if it is finished from the kettle) – one centimetre above the Tortellini. Cut the carrots and put it the pan. Then cut the aubergine and the courgette (in this order) and do it in the pan. Wait for about five minutes. Then continue with the red paprika; in small pieces. Put the Chik’n Tenders, maïs and the pasta sauce in the pan. Mix the Tortellini with pesto. Mix the Tortellini/pesto-mix with the vegetable-mix. Then what for five minutes and meanwhile, stirring regularly.
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Hopefully you like this recipe. Just try it and let me know in the comments what you think!

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