Cooking Time:6-8 hours
Ingredients1 onion, medium, chopped
2 Medium zucchini, cut in small pieces
32 oz.Chicken Broth
28 oz. Diced Tomatoes
15 1/2 oz. Great Northern Beans -- rinsed and drained
2 T. Basil, chopped
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. black pepper
8 oz. uncooked cheese or meat-filled tortellini
This recipe for Slow Cooker Italian Tortellini Stew is one that is so YUMMY, and will definitely be in your meal rotation!
- Combine all ingredients EXCEPT tortellini in slow cooker.
- Cover. Cook on Low for 6-8 hours.
- Increase heat to high. Adding tortellini and cook an extra 20-30 minutes or until tortellini is cooked.
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I made this yesterday and it was very yummy. I am recently single and like to cook a couple of big dishes a week to eat on and freeze the leftovers for later. The crockpot is perfect for this! I have purchased your book and look forward to a more intimate relationship with my crockpot. 🙂
I made this and loved it! I used low sodium chicken broth, didn’t use the great northern beans (just not a fan of them), used the Hunt’s petite diced tomato with spicy red pepper (gives it a little kick), and used chicken tortellini. Sometimes, I can also find chicken tortellini made with wheat pasta (for an even healthier version). It was very good and will def. make it again!
Made this today and it’s amazing! Definitely going in the rotation!!!!!
How many servings is this? I can’t seem to find it on here.
You’ll find the serving size in the upper right hand corner of the recipe page. But happy to share this recipe serves 10! Happy Crocking!
Are you talking a bag of dried beans soaked over night, or a can of precooked beans
This is a can of beans, but if you would like to take dried beans and soak them over night you certainly can, you would just need to make sure it is only 15 1/2 oz after the beans swell from being soaked. Happy Crocking!