Most folks around these parts love quesadillas. It’s a flour tortilla topped with cheese, a filling of some sort, more cheese to anchor all the fillings and topped with another tortilla. The quesadilla is then toasted on both sides on a hot griddle until the tortillas are lightly browned & crispy.
But when I heard of BREAKFASTquesadillas, well, color me intrigued.
I mean, it makes perfect sense. Fluffy scrambled eggs, sautéed peppers/onions and melted cheese between a couple of toasted tortillas. Plus they’re a great inexpensive meal option since eggs are cheap. Come see how I whip them up.
I wanted to attempt a dish RancherMan & I enjoyed at a restaurant over the weekend called ‘Poor-Man’s Steak’. It was a thick serving of a hamburger patty stuffed with grilled onions & peppers along with melted cheese.
It was served on a bed of fried potatoes with brown gravy drizzled over the whole shebangie. (a real man-pleasing meal, that’s for sure!)
RancherMan has raved about it ever since. Let’s see how close I can come to that dish.
A dear friend told me about dehydrating tomato puree (sometimes seasoned) into a leather. WHAT?? Tomato leather??
Yes, tomato leather can be used to simplify your pizza night. Just plop a tomato leather on top of your crust and start adding fillings. The leather rehydrates as the pizza cooks. Oh yeah, I’ve gotta try this!