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Saturday, August 5, 2017

Quesadilla

You probably don't need a recipe for quesadillas. The quesadilla-like its white-bread counterpart, the grilled/toasted cheese sandwich-is a consummate weeknight convenience dinner. It requires very little in the way of time and ingredients; it's delicious and filling;
Fold a flour tortilla around using mix of some grated cheeses, and griddle it.
Though the flavor combinations of these cheesy treats may come from all over the globe, the quesadilla concept is pure Mexican.
Normally corn tortillas are used,  but I made this with whole wheat tortillas filled with sauteed vegetables, cilantro and cheeses.


INGREDIENTS

Tortilla
4
Mixed cheese
12 tsp
Green bell pepper
1
Yellow bell pepper
1
Jallepeno/green chili
As required
Onion
1
Cilantro
little
Pepper powder
little
Salt
As per taste
Oil
3 tsp





METHOD:
Cut onion, bell peppers, chili into thin long stripes, and finely chop cilantro.
Heat oil in a pan and saute vegetables and chili.
Meanwhile heat a pan and place the tortilla and  flip it to other side after a while.
Spread the sauteed vegetables in the center , then spread cilantro and grated cheese all over the vegetables.
Fold the tortilla and press with spatula, turn to other side and heat for a while so that the cheese inside melts.
Remove and serve hot.
Usually it is served with salsa and Guacamole.




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