One of the easiest foods you can make when time is limited or you have kids is a quesadilla. They’re delicious, they’re incredibly versatile, and they aren’t difficult to make. Quesadillas are a Mexican food prepared by heating a tortilla in a pan or griddle. These tortillas are filled with cheese and other items and are then folded or another tortilla is placed on top and then the entire thing is flipped. They taste great on their own but also taste great with some sour cream or salsa.
Today’s tortillas are typically made of corn and flour but they can also be made of other items like rice, chia seeds, and more. However, the filling is arguably what gives the quesadilla its special taste. Shredded cheese is common as it helps to keep the quesadilla “glued” and chicken is also common whether you decide to have it grilled or pan-seared.
While Mexican ingredients are common in a quesadilla, you can opt for just about any stuffing you like. Lamb stew is one example or you could opt for something like mashed white beans, bacon, and shredded cheese to create a great bean and bacon quesadilla. Do you prefer Indian style? Throw in some cooked basmati rice, Indian style lentils, and some grilled sliced chicken breakfast. It may seem like an unconventional choice but a breakfast quesadilla made of scrambled eggs, cooked greens and shredded cheese can be great for adults and children alike.
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