One, little two, little three, quesadillas, four, little five, little six quesadillas, seven, little eight, little nine quesadillas, ten quesadillas all! Yes! I've been eating quesadillas last week, and I never get tired of them. I love cheese, and food with cheese I couldn't resist. Here they are, some I would definitely try again, others I'll add something to make the taste better.
One - Simple Quesadillas
The basic and easiest to make, I usually eat this in the morning before I go to work. Just heat one tortilla in a Teflon (no need to add oil), sprinkle some cheese or sometimes I used singles until melt. Put another tortilla on top, and cook until the both sides of tortilla turn golden brown.
Two - Peppered Beef Quesadillas
Same procedure, just added peppered beef. Ham also is added, if preferred.
Three - Scrambled Egg Quesadillas
I scrambled the egg first before I added as a filling together with cheese.
Four - Hot dog Quesadillas
I just sliced hot dog, added to the melted cheese.
Five - Asparagus Quesadillas
What I did here, I pan-grilled the asparagus first, you can also blanch before adding to the tortilla.
Six - Spinach Quesadillas
I used frozen spinach, sauteed it with onion and seasoned with salt and pepper + few fresh chopped basil.
Seven - Tomato and Broccoli Quesadillas
I used fresh tomato, seeded and cubed; I blanched the broccoli before adding all the fillings in tortilla. I like the blended taste of tomato and broccoli.
Eight - Scallop Quesadillas
I used one large tomato, seeded and chopped; one stalk chopped green onion, one minced garlic, salt and pepper, and fresh chopped basil. The 100g scallops were boiled before adding to all the ingredients. Cooked until the sauce was thicken. Then, I sprinkled some freshly grated mozzarella cheese.
Nine - Avocado Quesadillas
The same procedure with my home-made salsa, except I added some chopped avocado. I think, I prefer the salsa as dip, instead of adding the mixture as the fillings.
This one is my favorite, I made this last May from scratch. I bought the corn flour from Japanese Store. I also made the salsa from scratch. I will never get tired of eating this kind... Yum!