Homemade Quesadilla Recipe

I had made chili for dinner last night and I usually serve it with Tostito’s scoops, but I had forgotten to buy them. Not wanting to make a salad, and I didn’t have bread to make garlic toast and then it hit me …  thinking out loud to myself …  I have some leftover tortilla shells why not make my own quesadillas.

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I must tell you that they came out pretty good and were gobbled up before I could reach for a third piece.

Without further ado, I’ll show you how I made them.

Ingredients  I apologize as I didn’t measure anything.

  • Chopped red onion (2 thick slices)
  • Chopped tomato (1 small tomato)
  • Chopped jalapeno (They were the jarred type)
  • Chopped peppers (I used yellow, red, and orange)
  • Cilantro
  • Cummin
  • 8 small tortilla shells
  • Cheddar cheese with jalapenos (I used 3 slices of processed)
  • Mozzarella cheese grated
  • Cheddar cheese grated

Directions

  1. Preheat your oven to 400° Fahrenheit or 200° Celcius
  2. Put all the ingredients except the shells and cheese into a small bowl and toss
  3. Lay out the shells and spoon the mixture onto of the shells
  4. Please note I put the processed cheese on the shells first
  5. Next, add the cheese on top of the mixture
  6. Place another shell on top
  7. Place on a cookie sheet or oven-safe dish and heat for about 5-6 minutes
  8. Remove from oven and cool for about ten minutes
  9. Slice and serve
  10. ENJOY

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published by Susan Zutautas

A Canadian girl, born in Montreal, mother of three grown boys that lives with her husband in Ontario. Published author and poet. Loves to write flash fiction. Author of New In Town and two children's books which can be found on Amazon.

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