What if I told you that you could serve that traditional meal at your family holiday gathering including a roasted turkey and not be shackled to the kitchen jumbling messy greasy turkey-cooking pans instead of enjoying the holiday with your family?
Yes, it’s true. This has been game-changing in my Homestead kitchen. Check it out!
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.
Southwest Style Quesadillas are a quick guest-worthy meal. Flour tortillas are filled with cheese, tender-crisp veggies, corn & black beans and grilled to crispy perfection. Add chicken or beef if you want a heartier quesadilla.
We purposely grilled more chicken & vegetables so I could incorporate planned leftovers for the next day (which means a night off cooking!) That excess grilled food was quickly changed into delicious chicken fajitas.