Dinner In Under 10 Minutes

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Dinner In Under 10 Minutes

Putting dinner on the table can be a challenge in itself. As a mom and business owner life is BUSY! I am always looking for family friendly recipes. My husband is 100% Italian, which means he grew up on Italian food, so of course that is his favorite. My daughter is following suit. My priority is wholesome meals that are also easy to prepare.  I love authentic, Italian favorites like Celentano Cheese Ravioli and the Rosina Italian-Style  Meatballs.  You can find them in the frozen section of your grocery store.

frozen meatballs and ravioli 

One of my family’s favorite recipes is so easy to make.  This recipe also reminds me of spring time with it’s fresh flavor. All you need is a few ingredients: Ravioli Meatball Quick Dinner Ingredients

1 Bag (24 oz.) Celentano®Cheese Ravioli

1/2 Bag (26 oz.) Rosina®Italian-Style Meatballs

1 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 Can Diced Tomatoes (drained)

2 Cloves Chopped Garlic

Handful of Fresh basil Leaves

  1. Cook the Celentano Cheese Ravioli and Rosina Italian-Syle Meatballs according to directions on package.
  2. In a large sauté pan bring the garlic in the olive oil to a simmer.
  3. Add the drained can of tomatoes to the sauté pan and cook for several minutes.
  4. Add in cooked raviolis. Continue sautéing for one minute.
  5. Add in fresh basil and meatballs and toss together. 
  6. Serve and enjoy!

Pasta dinner in under 10 minutes

I can have this meal ready in less than 10 minutes!  My whole family loves it and I feel good about what I am feeding them. Wholesome authentic Italian food is always a hit. This recipe is also super easy to make in large quantities if you are having guests over. Raviolis and meatballs are crowd pleasers, so this delicious, but quick recipe is perfect. PLUS you don’t have to be stuck in the kitchen all night and you get to enjoy your party. 

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  1. Cheryl | 20th Mar 19

    I don’t really struggle with finding easy dinner ideas.

  2. Kelly D | 21st Mar 19

    Yes, I do struggle with easy dinner ideas because when my kids come home from school they always want dinner right away.

  3. Jeffrey | 24th Mar 19

    Finding quick and easy dinners is always an issue, especially when both my kids are in sports. We don’t go out to eat very often, about twice a month, and never get fast food.

  4. Betsy Barnes | 2nd Apr 19

    I sometimes struggle with finding easy dinner ideas, usually on days when I’m super busy. My mind just seems to freeze on these days.

  5. Cassandra D | 4th Apr 19

    I don’t really struggle with finding easy dinner ideas,because I use my creativity and come up with different creations of various dishes to make.

  6. Deborah Farris | 4th Apr 19

    I don,t struggle too much with easy, fast dinner ideas. Frozen/refridgerated pastas are always a standby!

  7. Jacob Bray | 4th Apr 19

    I dont really with the help of the internet.

  8. Jen Ha | 4th Apr 19

    no i dont struggle with finding easy dinners

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