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Monday, September 11, 2006

A See-again Dinner for One

Last night's dinner


Tonight's dinner



Tortellini for One:

Cook big handful of dried (or any kind) tortellini in boiling salted water. Takes about 5 minutes. When done, drain, leaving a couple of spoonfuls of the pasta water in the pot. Throw some spinach leaves into pot (preferably the baby kind, but tear up if they are big ones), cover the pan, and wilt for a minute over low heat. Put the tortellini back in the pot, add some fresh chopped up tomato, salt and pepper, and grate some fresh parmesan over the top. Done!

3 Comments:

Anonymous thirty-nine said...

This looks great! I also like to use this kind of tortellini (and the cheese-filled kind). It seems to be popular with everyone around here...

6:48 PM  
Blogger SuperMom said...

Sounds pretty easy and delicious! And it looks very pretty too.

2:07 PM  
Blogger nina said...

You are like me -- once you fix on a good meal for one it becomes THE meal, returned to again and again.

Such good colors on that plate (I am color obsessed these days!)...

12:56 PM  

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