4 Reviews

I really liked this soup a lot. It was a creative (and tasty) use of tortellini. Next time I'll probably add some more Indian-type spices (some garam masala or coriander, maybe); it's very good as written, too. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Asha!

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Aunt Cookie September 28, 2006

this was a really good pre- dinner soup, i made this as a first course for an asian themed dinner. i did add 1 tbsp sambal olek, for added heat, the flavor was great and it cooked as directed.

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chia February 11, 2006

This was quick to prepare and had an intriguing flavor. I was surprised to find a recipe using tortellini in this way, but so glad your recipe popped up in the random recipe search. I did throw in a cup of frozen mixed vegetables when adding the tortellini to give the soup a bit more substance. I also used 1 1/2 t. dried basil as I was out of fresh. All in all a recipe I will keep in my fast to fix cookbook as it uses ingredients I normally have on hand. Thanks AshaK!

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Susie D January 17, 2006

This is amazing! I never thought to do anything like this with tortellini! The basil really adds a beautiful touch to this soup; definitely do not leave it out. Thanks for this recipe! It will inspire me to try new things with tortellini!

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love4culinary January 08, 2006
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