We’ve talked a lot about quesadillas in the past, but this time around we’re spicing things up a little by introducing a bit of seafood into the ingredient equation. Below you’ll find the ingredients and steps to make a serving of avocado and shrimp quesadillas.
- A teaspoon of olive oil
- Tablespoon of sour cream
- A pair of tortillas
- A teaspoon of fresh tarragon
- About a half cup of diced and cooked shrimp
- A trio of tablespoons of shredded cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese
- Half a cup of diced avocado
- Salsa (optional)
Heat the olive oil in a large skillet and then place a single tortilla inside. Quickly remove it and set it aside for now. Grab another tortilla, place it in a pan and sprinkle the tarragon, shrimp, cheese, and avocado. Follow by spreading the sour cream on the tortilla you originally set aside and then place the oiled side on top of the other tortilla. Use a spatula to press down and then cook for about a minute.
Flip the tortillas over, reapply the spatula to press down, and then cook for another minute or two or until the cheese has begun to melt. Cut the tortilla into quarters and you’re ready to serve with or without the salsa.
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