Food Product Review: Mona’s Three Cheese Tortillini

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Who doesn’t love pasta? I sure do love it. I love cheese tortellini so when I stumbled across Mona’s Pasta Cafe 3 cheese tortellini on sale Buy One Get One Free at my local grocery store, I knew it was something I had to try. And I am sure glad I did.
This delicious pasta can be found in your grocers freezer (if they happen to carry it) and it comes in a 42 oz bag. There’s definitely enough to feed a family or to make multiple meals for a couple or single person household. And what’s great about this pasta is that it only takes 3 minutes to cook! Just bring a pot of water to a boil, add your pasta and in 3 minutes, you have a perfect meal for dinner. Of course you’ll want to prepare a sauce for this pasta but there are many great sauces out there that you can serve this pasta with. I opted for a can of Hunts Traditional Pasta Sauce mixed with Bertolli Tomato and Basil Sauce. It tasted wonderful. Sure, I prefer to make my own sauce but when I don’t have the time, jarred pasta sauce works just fine!
Here are the basics of this pasta:
  • 42 oz bag
  • 3 cheese: Ricotta, Parmesan and Ramano
  • A serving is equal to 1 cup
  • Takes only 3 minutes to cook
  • Found in the freezer section of your grocery store
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  1. Karen Mary Butterfly says

    Looks great. I am always looking for easy yummy pasta meals. My whole family loves it, which is a bonus!!
    Karen

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  3. Lacey says

    I love tortellini. Our local grocer carries fresh tortellini and its delicious. I wasn't sure what type of sauce to use, so I googled it and found a fabulous red AND white sauce recipe. Its amazing! I must blog about it… next time I make it ;) Maybe that will be dinner tonight! Thanks for sharing Julie.

    A new follower,
    Lacey @ http://www.lagjeg2003.blogspot.com

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