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I have made this many times and it always gets rave reviews, with only a few small changes: use half red wine and half balsamic, double the dressing, and cut back a little on the onion (to taste). Definitely let the tortellini marinate overnight so it really soaks up the dressing. I reserve about 1/4 cup of the dressing and drizzle over the salad before serving. Delicious!!
Really good and easy to make in advance. I made it with balsalmic vinegar as suggested. My husband and I both agreed that more spinach, feta, and the addition of artichoke hearts, cucumbers, and grape tomatoes would make it perfect. Also, I thought it tasted best just a few hours after marinating. The pasta got tough by the next day.
Amazing the best meal I have had in a long time. Thank you so much for this jem. I will be making this again and again very easy. I changed the dressing a little I copied the recipe for absolutely fabulous greek/house dressing on this site.
ok..maybe I am out of the loop here - but I did not like it. Perhaps it was the inexpensive pasta I used...I donno..but it was uneaten at my table by everyone. I even apologized to the hubby and asked him if he wanted a sandwich. For us - it was soggy and too vinegary. Did I goof?? I am not sure...but I do not see what all the fuss is about.
Very Good! I omitted the eggs (more a time factor) and the parsley. I did add Balsamic Vinegrette as well, with a pinch of sugar as one rater suggested. I thought it was too lemony the 1st day, but the author was right...better 2 days later. Great leftovers!
This was awesome I made it for a mid-day meeting I had and it was a huge hit (they loved it) I added portabella mushrooms sauteed in garlic the best thing is this group meets to decide about what food vendors will go into a newly renovated bldg this week they decided I should have a spot in this bldg.
I love all kinds of pasta salad and couldn't stop eating this! It's easy to modify to suit your tastes or the ingredients you have on hand so I basically used this as a jump off point. I didn't include the eggs or spinach. I also used "absolutely fabulous greek/house dressing" instead. Kalamata olives (1/4 cup; sliced) red onion (only 1/4 cup) pasta and dressing (1/4 cup) were tossed together and allowed to marinate all day. Before serving I mixed in feta (1 1/2 cup) grape tomatoes (1/2 cup; halved) and more dressing (another 1/4 cup). Make sure to cook your pasta al dente or it will become too soft.