Meal 17- Cheese Tortellini with Hot Italian Sausage

Hot!  Tonight was my first with Aldi’s Hot Italian Sausage.  It was hot and I mean the hot in the middle of P.H.A.T.  Only three ingredients made a unique and gorgeous weeknight meal for 4.  In the future I would like to experiment more with the hot sausage.  Tonight, however, I had 3 impatient mouths to feed so I whipped this bad boy together in less than 15 minutes. 

Ingredients: 1 package of frozen cheese tortellini, 2 hot Italian sausages, 1 jar of spagetti sauce.   

Boil water.  Slice the 2 hot Italian sausages and cook in a skillet over medium-high heat.  Throw tortellini in the boiling water and boil for about 5 minutes.  Drain.  When sausage is cooked add the tortellini and the sauce.  Heat and serve.  Pair with a simple green salad and steamed frozen fancy green beans for a completely nutritious meal.  Pair with a glass of Winking Owl Merlot to be completely gourmetgotgorgeous!

Aldi Price Breakdown: 1 package of frozen cheese tortellini $2.49 (don’t be tricked by the smaller packages that only serve 2), 2 hot Italian sausages- 80cents, 1 jar of spagetti sauce- $1.19= $4.48 for a fast, hot meal for 4.   Add $1.00 for the salad and/or 75 cents for green beans.

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About gourmetgotgorgeous

I am a 28 year-old mother of two. My husband and I love to travel to all-inclusive resorts in Mexico. We do so by saving our money through the way we grocery shop. However, we didn't want to put our bodies, our tastes buds, or our childrens' nutrition at risk. So we haven't... we eat gorgeous every night and travel gorgeous one to two weeks per year.
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2 Responses to Meal 17- Cheese Tortellini with Hot Italian Sausage

  1. Gayle says:

    Yum. Rachel, sausage sounds like it could have a lot of uses. Are the sausages in the fresh meat or frozen meat are?

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