If this saying is true, then I am going to turn into a big, oozing-with-cheese quesadilla.
We got this fabulous quesadilla maker as a wedding gift over 2 1/2 years ago, and I think it's pretty safe to say that it's still one of the most utilized gifts to this day. I'd have to go back to my list of gifts to remember who gave it to us, but I'm thinking I should send them another thank you card.
I probably eat a quesadilla at least three times a week. It's not that I can't cook or that I don't have lots of recipes, I'm just too dang lazy most of the time to make a full meal for two. Plus, when we don't have all the ingredients that a recipe requires, you can rest assured that we do have tortillas on hand -- and the reliable quesadilla maker comes calling once again.
Simple, yet satisfying - refried beans, green peppers, roma tomatoes, and cheese
They're just so easy to make - you can put anything in a quesadilla! It can be breakfast, dinner, or dessert. And clean-up? Pshaw. A cinch. Well, unless you put too much cheese in it, then it can get a little messy (which *ahem* never happens to me).
Pure, golden-brown, melty deliciousness - served with a sour cream/salsa dipping sauce
Well, I think I've sufficiently expressed my fondness of this delightfully versatile "meal ". Anyone else have a quesadilla maker that they
In closing, as Napoleon Dynamite's grandma would say, "Just make yourself a dang quesa-dilluh!"
Don't mind if I do.