Blackstone Tortellini Sausage & Veggies
Introducing a delectable and satisfying meal that will delight your taste buds and leave you feeling like Gordon Ramsey - Blackstone Tortellini Sausage & Veggies. This mouth-watering recipe is the perfect way to combine the flavors of Italy with the comfort of a hearty, home-cooked meal. With its medley of nutritious vegetables, savory turkey sausage, and tender tortellini, this dish is the bomb dot com!
The star of this recipe is the tortellini – those scrumptious little pasta pockets filled with cheese or meat that we all know and love. In this dish, they serve as the perfect base for a colorful and flavorful array of ingredients. The turkey sausage adds a deliciously smoky and savory touch, while the onions, garlic, zucchini, mushrooms, and broccoli bring a fresh and nutritious element to the table. Topped with some arugula and Parmesan cheese, this meal is a true feast for the senses.
Take your Blackstone cooking adventures to the next level with this tortellini recipe. The surface area of the Blackstone griddle comes in clutch for this dish, allowing you to cook the various ingredients of this dish from beginning to end in less than 15 minutes. And you didn't dirty up 4 pots and pans along the way. Beautiful!
One of the standout features of this recipe is its adaptability. It's an excellent option for using up any random veggies you have in your fridge, making it an ideal choice for those days when you're not quite sure what to cook. The versatile nature of this dish also means that you can easily swap out the protein – why not try using chicken instead of the sausage for a different twist? And if you're feeling adventurous, you can even experiment with different sauces to create your own unique flavor combinations.
To bring this scrumptious dish together, simply follow the easy step-by-step directions. Start by preheating your griddle to 400 degrees and cooking the tortellini until heated through. Next, brown the sausage and cook the vegetables in stages, being careful not to overcook them. Finally, mix everything together, drizzle with Italian dressing, and cook for a few more seconds before serving topped with Parmesan cheese and arugula.
This Blackstone Tortellini Sausage & Veggies recipe is perfect for meal prep, as it can be portioned out into five meals of approximately 610 calories each. It's a fantastic option for those looking for a well-balanced, flavorful, and satisfying meal that can be easily prepared ahead of time.
So go ahead and give this delightful recipe a try – we guarantee that your taste buds will thank you! With its enticing combination of flavors, textures, and colors, this Blackstone Tortellini Sausage & Veggies dish is sure to become a beloved staple in your home cooking repertoire.
Fresh Tortellini - 20 oz
Turkey Sausage (14 oz) cut into half round slices
Medium Yellow Onions - 2
Garlic - 5 cloves
Zucchini cut into quarter slices - 2
Sliced Mushrooms - 1 lb
Broccoli cut into small pieces - 1 lb
Arugula - to top
Parmesan cheese - roughly 1 oz
Olive Garden Light Italian Dressing - ½ bottle
Salt, garlic powder, MSG (to taste)
Oil (I prefer Beef Tallow)
Turn on 3 of 4 burners and preheat to 400 degrees.
Start with the tortellini. Coating it in oil and steaming with a bit of water for 3-4 minutes until heated. Next, Move to corner of griddle that is off
Add in the sausage and begin to brown. About 1-2 minutes.
Add in the zucchini, onions, and broccoli. After 1-2 minutes, add in the mushrooms and garlic. Cool for a total of about 5 min. Try and keep the vegetables with a bite.
Add back in the tortellini and Mix everything together.
Top with the Italian dressing and continue to mix
After 30-45 seconds, it’s ready to be pulled off and topped with Parmesan cheese and arugula.
This was portioned out into 5 meals of about 610 calories each.
This is great for random veggies you have in the fridge. Just about anything you would use in a stir fry would be good here.
A garlic & herb marinade/sauce would be good for this as well. You can get weird with the sauce choice.
Chicken would work great for this dish in place of the sausage.