Creamy Orzo with Market Veggies

Creamy orzo with asparagus, artichokes, and cauliflower

Short History: Orzo originated in Italy, and is no very popular in Middle Eastern dishes, Mediterrenean dishes, and Greece! It’s also very easy to color Orzo using different vegetables – you could conceivably have a rainbow pasta using Orzo! This meal from TVT will provide you with protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm in a pan over medium

Customer Comments:

“My fav!!” – Rebecca Be. from Scottsdale

“It was absolutely bursting with flavor–a little garlic, a little heat, and lots of creaminess.” – Pamela We. from Sun City West

“My favorite this week.” – Kathy Ci. from Phoenix

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