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rotuts

rotuts

I tried the Aldi  Chicken and Herb tortellini last night.

 

I simmered 1/2 of it in my medium AllClad saucier , A method Ive been using for a while 

 

in chicken stock.

 

w smaller pasta shapes :

 

DSC09330.thumb.jpg.8147c48b93fdb24642461ee0a0b89042.jpg

 

when the T were cooked , off the head I added two beaten eggs , and some chopped Tj's

 

Parmesan-is.  of note on the TJ's cheese ;  I froze several wedges , Vac'd  first

 

when thawed , they were more crumbly than when fresh.

 

not a bad feature .  then added some finely sliced green on ion  tops.

 

a sort of Sracciatella style prep

 

it was very very tasty and a keeper.

 

this Aldi version is identical , to my tastes , as the Brand Name

 

GFJQ3.png.bcd64502e644f973e9f8b751200dbd95.png

 

its 7.49 or more at RocheBro , and the Aldi is around  $ 4 for the same amount.

rotuts

rotuts

I tried the Aldi  Chicken and Herb tortellini last night.

 

I simmered it in my small AllClad saucier , A method Ive been using for a while 

 

in chicken stock.

 

w smaller pasta shapes :

 

DSC09330.thumb.jpg.8147c48b93fdb24642461ee0a0b89042.jpg

 

when the T were cooked , off the head I added two beaten eggs , and some chopped Tj's

 

Parmesan-is.  of note on the TJ's cheese ;  I froze several wedges , Vac'd  first

 

when thawed , they were more crumbly than when fresh.

 

not a bad feature .  then added some finely sliced green on ion  tops.

 

a sort of Sracciatella style prep

 

it was very very tasty and a keeper.

 

this Aldi version is identical , to my tastes , as the Brand Name

 

GFJQ3.png.bcd64502e644f973e9f8b751200dbd95.png

 

its 7.49 or more at RocheBro , and the Aldi is around  $ 4 for the same amount.

rotuts

rotuts

I tried the Aldi  Chicken and Herb tortellini last night.

 

I simmered it in my small AllClad saucier , A method Ive been using for a while 

 

w smaller pasta shapes :

 

DSC09330.thumb.jpg.8147c48b93fdb24642461ee0a0b89042.jpg

 

when the T were cooked , off the head I added two beaten eggs , and some chopped Tj's

 

Parmesan-is.  of note on the TJ's cheese ;  I froze several wedges , Vac'd  first

 

when thawed , they were more crumbly than when fresh.

 

not a bad feature .  then added some finely sliced green on ion  tops.

 

a sort of Sracciatella style prep

 

it was very very tasty and a keeper.

 

this Aldi version is identical , to my tastes , as the Brand Name

 

GFJQ3.png.bcd64502e644f973e9f8b751200dbd95.png

 

its 7.49 or more at RocheBro , and the Aldi is around  $ 4 for the same amount.

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