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Tortellini Recipe?

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Anyone have a homemade Tortellini recipe?

The weather is cooling down and my daughter was asking for my Tortellini soup. I did make it but put dumplings in it. It's just not the same.

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Yes - I have several great pasta recipes. Are you looking just for the pasta or are you also seeking filling ideas?

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Yes - I have several great pasta recipes. Are you looking just for the pasta or are you also seeking filling ideas?

Both I guess. A cheese filling would be great. Thank you.

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Both I guess. A cheese filling would be great. Thank you.

Sorry this has taken so long. It's been a busy few weeks!

This is the delicious pasta recipe I use...

http://glutenfreegirl.com/gluten-free-fresh-pasta/

What kind of cheese filling? Ricotta?

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Sorry this has taken so long. It's been a busy few weeks!

This is the delicious pasta recipe I use...

http://glutenfreegirl.com/gluten-free-fresh-pasta/

What kind of cheese filling? Ricotta?

Thank you so much.

Yes a ricotta would be perfect. Thank you. :)

I'll let you know how it turns out.

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Sora, I do not use a recipe but this is what I do:

Drain the ricotta very well. Add some lemon zest and freshly-grated nutmeg. Nutmeg is very inexpensive and a few go a long way. Add some grated Parmesan (NOT the fake stuff!). Season with salt and pepper. Sometimes I add an egg, other times I do not. If you want it very creamy, just put in your food processor or blender.

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Sora, I do not use a recipe but this is what I do:

Drain the ricotta very well. Add some lemon zest and freshly-grated nutmeg. Nutmeg is very inexpensive and a few go a long way. Add some grated Parmesan (NOT the fake stuff!). Season with salt and pepper. Sometimes I add an egg, other times I do not. If you want it very creamy, just put in your food processor or blender.

Thank you so much. I have fresh whole nutmegs and parm too.

My daughter thanks you too. :)

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And here I thought I was the only one who puts nutmeg in her ricotta fillings. (I also put it many egg dishes like quiche or fritattas). I should have known you guys did it, too! ;)

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