Grilled Chicken-and-Veggie Tortellini

  • aprilc Posted: 01/09/11
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    Simple and good. Would be a good served cold as well.

  • cehajek Posted: 07/26/10
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    This dish was a huge hit in my kitchen. Preparation is a breeze and the final product delivers a beautiful, summery presentation. I substituted fresh squash from our backyard garden for the zucchini; the only recipe contradiction I faced was chicken grilling time, which exceeded the recommended by about twenty minutes. Overall a delicious dinner that I'll be cooking again soon!

  • jebavonct48 Posted: 08/25/11
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    Very good and very easy. Makes a lot - at least 5 large servings. I used leftover chicken breast from dinner the night before. The only thing I would do differently is to cook the zucchini much less. It disintegrated as I chopped it and then stirred it in which was pretty unattractive. It might be better to cut it up before cooking and then saute lightly so it will retain its shape. Will try cold for lunch.... Tried it. Excellent cold.

  • steponme Posted: 10/04/11
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    This pasta dish is a winner for my recipe rotation. I made some slight modifications; I brushed some evo on my zucchini, in addition to the italian seasoning, I added a little garlic salt and broiled them on both sides. To make this dish even quicker, I used fully cooked, frozen, low sodium, herbed seasoned chicken breast; sun-dried tomatoe pesto, instead of basil pesto; refrigerated tortellini instead of good!

  • MandaKate Posted: 09/27/11
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    This was really good. I used a sundried tomato pesto and added some bell peppers since I always tend to add extra veggies. Served with a crusty Italian bread.

  • anabri Posted: 06/11/13
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    This was very good and very easy. Even my 3 year old twins were fans. I was too lazy to break out the grill, so I just sauteed the chicken and zucchini in a frying pan with a little evo. Worked great!


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