Mario Batali's Favorite Holiday Dish

Co-host of "The Chew" prepares his favorite holiday classic Tortellini in Brodo.
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Our countdown to Christmas is on and my Vitale master -- -- they're of little stomach simple family meals -- -- Show -- how to make one of all of our favorite dishes tortellini in -- you know. Mario's an -- just how to make internally by hand and then renewable tortellini off -- exactly -- did not know. So let's start with how to make that. The first thing is to make the filling the traditional -- is from Bologna so we have more the -- run checked up we have. Chicken or Turkey or any leftovers for that matter this is a great days that although when we're gonna add a little milk -- -- we're gonna add an egg. We're gonna add some of the in disputed king of cheeses parmesan on Reggie I also yeah. And that touch of knowledgeable -- don't but if not may give you -- -- from a store try to buy a -- -- this. And -- with one of these tricky little rest some kind of United Technologies we're concluding guys I. Welcome back. All right so yeah look at the top five now hold on to go until it's just like that many take a look at it and you say -- -- Thanks very much so that's what the filling looks but he's he is actually giving these streets -- like that a little wetter better than a little drier. Keep in mind we're going to cook these near her inside the Barack so it is -- know don't come with. -- I got around right now air shine tonight -- -- telling them. Then you hand made your positive that scared you were frightened you. You would go headed just by the sheets at the grocery store you'd cut him and a little Tulane squares like this don't be trying to get added jobs and -- and then we know it takes just a little tentative. Of the feeling like so less than you think it is putting too much you'll never be able to close at -- -- just like that. Monitoring the way a little bit of that Andy sheets can come and tell any grocery store two yes unfortunately if you read my cookbooks and you also understand how easy -- Then you go straight across like that. Folded into what looks like a little football Brandon but do not count -- -- -- -- and then you just pulled it around like this. And it comes together is just like so that's a little a little bit like oh yeah it's it was tiny compliment -- in -- His right to -- life happens TV off and often American ideology. Is that more is better when in fact thanks Leslie yeah. All right you be OK you're angry. Yeah. Well songs that have red line and AM oh my god yeah critical. I -- agents and it's good to be back. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah. -- yeah. Okay. I'm yeah. Yeah. Maybe a good thing -- -- Yeah. Different. Okay. -- -- -- -- -- my you got. -- -- -- Yeah. Okay. Seven times. Right now -- There seems to have been a little bit of liberty taking away half of the -- yeah. The that's on the other hand. -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm anyone June 34567. And a half 12345678. Thanks. Yeah. -- -- when you made -- -- guy who runs. I think that's -- -- an -- of my friends. The cricket this up first court. Conservative to me what you cook them in the actual chicken -- -- you can make it with the Olympics you're really -- music these ideas is introduces out of my new book really rotten apple -- the an alcoholic and -- law. In his eleven. Read you read the -- and cabbage top line that I -- -- -- luckily working with what to us again. There's broccoli peppers onions there's typically there's -- -- have to be cut through the whole thing out. That's why I don't -- all of these recipes some of my and other favorite Good Morning America got talent out of.

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