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I made quite a few substitutions but I thank you very much for the dressing and the idea. I used cilantro, carrots, edamame instead of artichokes, basil and parsley and tomatoes. I will be making this again and again. Thanks.
This was really good! This is a good, refreshing spring salad. I added crab meat and had it as a main dish. Thanks for the good recipe JillAZ!
Made this as a side dish for our B-B-Q. It was a very, very nice change to the typical pasta or potato salad we would normally have. I love the artichoke hearts in it; not to mention the fact that it has broccoli and other veggies too! I think we will try making it next time with regular pasta because most of us didn't care for the texture of the cheese used in the Tortellini
Been using this recipe for Tortellini for years...never had it written down before! :) The best part of this recipe is that it is so versatile - I've been known to just open the pantry and start grabbing jars to throw together with the rest of the ingredients (I've used green olives, chopped red onions, red pepper strips, and a variety of different dressings). Also, I usually add some cubed cheese and/ or meat (salami, pepperoni) to this recipe!) YUM! Always a party favorite!
This was easy to put together and it tastes great! I didn't have fresh basil or parsley, so I substituted dried. I also used fresh parmesan cheese and I chopped the artichoke hearts into a finer dice. I made this the night before I served it so I also added some more Italian Dressing as the tortellini had absorbed a lot of the original amount. This is great to take to an outdoor picnic or potluck since it's not mayonaise based and can sit out longer. Thanks for posting!
This is one of my favorite pasta salads. I've had this recipe forever also and was going to post and found yours so I'm just leaving a review. Everyone else I make it for really enjoy these also.