COOK Olivieri® Artisan Gigante Tortelloni Smoked Mozzarella & Prosciutto according to package directions. Drain and set aside.
ADD butter and olive oil to a large skillet.
ADD tomatoes, salt and pepper. Cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until softened and lightly blistered.
TOSS the cooked Olivieri® Artisan Gigante Tortelloni Smoked Mozzarella & Prosciutto in with the sauce until well coated and heated through.
TOP with Parmesan and chives.
Fresh basil or parsley make for an equally delicious herby addition instead of chives.
The Art of Pasta Dishes
Enjoy authentic Italian-style pasta with Olivieri® products. From potato gnocchi to manicotti and stuffed tortelloni, there is a fresh pasta option to satisfy everyone’s craving.
With homemade quality and taste, Olivieri Artisan® Gigante Tortelloni Smoked Mozzarella & Prosciutto is both big on flavour and size. In Italy, stuffed pasta varieties are often enjoyed with light and simple sauces and vegetables, as most of the goodness is in the filling.
This Fresh Tomato Tortelloni recipe calls for a humble combination of roasted cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs to accent the tortelloni flavour while adding some distinct smokiness and sweetness to the dish. For a recipe variation, and a cooking shortcut, try with Olivieri® Chunky Tomato & Herb Sauce.
For more uncomplicated yet gourmet meals for any occasion, we recommend you try our Beef Ravioli with Portobello Vodka Sauce next.
Tortellini vs Tortelloni
There are many varieties of stuffed pasta, but do you know what makes each of them unique? Or the reasoning behind their names? Learn more about them with Olivieri®.
Although they are sometimes mistakenly used indistinctly, there is a difference between tortellini and tortelloni. They are similar in shape, but tortelloni are larger in size.
Would you be able to tell the difference between them? Turn this into a fun family activity by cooking both varieties and explaining the differences to any young family members.