Quesadillas make a good, quick hot snack, lunch or starter. Fill them with whatever you have in the fridge and serve them with dips and salad
Knife skills, Seasoning, Pan Frying
By: Chloe Coker
Quesadillas are a great store cupboard snack of lunch. They take 15 minutes to make, you can fill them with whatever you have in the fridge and serve them with some homemade dips.
4 flour tortillas/wraps
100g grated cheese (cheddar or red Leicester works well)
2 tomatoes, chopped
optional: ½ chilli finely chopped
optional: chopped coriander
optional: ½ red pepper chopped
optional: 2 spring onions, sliced
optional: 200g kidney beans, crushed
optional: roasted sweet potato
optional: spicy sauce
- Grate the cheese and place in a bowl with the chopped tomatoes and any other filling ingredients that you are using.
- Warm the tortillas according to the packet instructions (this makes them more pliable).
- Lay a tortilla on a board, spread the mixture over half of the tortilla, then fold over the other half and press down.
- Place a large frying or griddle plan over a med-high heat. Brush the tortilla with olive oil and dry fry for a couple of minutes on each side until the cheese has melted and the tortilla is crisp.
- Cut into triangles and serve with guacamole & salsa.
Tips, Tricks and Teaching Info
Try adding some hot sauce, jalapeños or spring onions for some added spice and freshness.
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