Do you like quick and easy simple meals? Do you like cheese? Sometimes all I want is a nice combination of bread with cheese, or in this case, a quesadilla. Quesadillas are the perfect quick lunch and I’ve made them countless times. You probably also have made them countless times.
Have you tried experimenting with different cheeses? My most recent discovery is an absolute keeper and that is why I want to share it with you. Know that you can use your desired type of tortilla bread. I have found that looking for a healthy tortilla bread is actually quite challenging. What I end up doing is picking them up, seeing canola oil in the recipe, and putting it right back down. I have managed to find some that don’t use canola oil and you can imagine my delight. They don’t use the best oils in most tortilla breads, so if I am craving a tortilla bread, I do my best to look for ones that don’t have too long of ingredients.
This quesadilla recipe is simple and fast, and the combination of cheese that I use takes it to the next level. Another cooking tip I learned is that when making quesadillas, cook them enough so that the bread becomes a nice golden brown color and has a bit of a crisp to it. I noticed it doesn’t taste the best unless it is nice and crispy. Grab your favorite pan, (this is mine) and lets make some quesadillas!
Best Quesadilla Recipe
- 2 small whole wheat tortillas
- 1 slice of havarti cheese
- 1 slice organic American cheese
- Use a large pan and turn heat to medium, wait about 1 minute for pan to get hot.
- Place both tortillas on the pan side by side and folded in half.
- Add half of the havarti slice and half of the American cheese slice inside one tortilla, add the other half slices of each cheese in the second tortilla.
- Keep the tortillas folded with the cheese inside and heat for 2 minutes on each side, or until the cheese melts and tortilla bread becomes a golden color.
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