Sun-Dried Tomato Tortellini Salad

Sun-Dried Tomato Tortellini Salad created by under12parsecs

A very flavorful salad. Prep/cook time does not include chill time.

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  • Cook tortellini according to package directions to al dente. Drain and allow to cool, but do not run under water. (Mix in a little olive oil to prevent sticking and drying.)
  • Meanwhile, marinate the sundried tomatoes and garlic in extra virgin olive oil. When tortellini have cooled enough to handle, add the arugula, onion, prosciutto, asiago cheese and the sundried tomato/garlic/olive oil mixture, mixing well and adding salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
  • Allow to sit, covered and chilled for about an hour so flavors can blend.
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  1. Trish T.
    Delicious! I agree with the previous posts on marinating the sun dried tomatoes, garlic and onion as the dressing but also added a dash of some honey and some chiffonade of fresh basil. Used some cubed Genoa salami, fontina cheese and some shaved parm. Let it marinate overnight and about 1 hour before serving added the arugula.
  2. adopt a greyhound
    Great salad went great with Recipe #222706. Used spinach and may use Roma tomatoes next time.
  3. J-Lynn
    Hubby and I gobbled this up! So delicious! I skimped on the olive oil when marinating (which I did overnight) but I didn't realize this part was the only 'dressing' on the salad! When I tossed everything with spinach just before serving, the greens almost stayed dry. It was still delicious, but next time I may use the recipe amount of oil.
  4. under12parsecs
    Sun-Dried Tomato Tortellini Salad Created by under12parsecs
  5. under12parsecs
    Outstanding pasta salad! Marinating the garlic and sundried tomatoes in the olive oil takes this to an all new level. Wonderful blend of flavors. I used spinach in place of arugula, simply because that's what I had on hand, but I think the peppery bite of the arugula would be wonderful as well! So simple, so good.
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