To make quesadillas, you need tortillas, which are now sold in all supermarkets. The composition of the quesadilla always includes cheese, but it should not be much, the cheese here is a binding component, but with the rest of the ingredients you can and should improvise. Basic Quesadilla Recipes Wrapped Quesadilla: Heat a heavy cast-iron skillet over medium heat, place a corn or wheat tortilla on it (corn tortilla is a little dry, so heat it in a little vegetable oil), when the tortilla is lightly browned, turn it over and sprinkle with a little grated cheese. When the cheese is soft but not yet melted, sprinkle the quesadilla with finely chopped cilantro and add your desired topping. Then fold over the corner of the quesadilla and cook for another 1-2 minutes. Serve hot. Flat quesadilla: Cook according to the same recipe, but do not wrap the cake, but cover the filling with a second torilla. When the cheese is soft, turn the quesadilla over and fry the cheese for a few minutes. Cut the quesadilla into wedges and serve with salsa and sour cream. If you’re planning to serve quesadillas to guests at a house party, start cooking as soon as the first guests arrive. To keep the quesadillas warm, place them in the preheated oven. Toppings for quesadillas: 1) Black beans, coarsely chopped cilantro, grated Monterey Jack cheese (or goat cheese), de-seeded serrano chile peppers. 2) Tomatoes, finely chopped olives, finely chopped red onion, soft feta cheese.
3) Beans, avocado, arugula, Cheddar cheese.
4) Eggplant, mushrooms, bell peppers, tomatoes, onions, Mozzarella cheese, Gouda cheese. Finely chop the vegetables and fry with onions in vegetable oil. 5) Zucchini, corn, black beans, cilantro, Monterey Jack cheese, ground chili pepper.
6) Bell peppers fried with onions – a great, soft and juicy filling for quesadillas. In this recipe, you will also need some cream and any grated hard cheese. From herbs it is better to use cilantro. Quesadillas can be served with pickles.
Source: nowfoods.com Translation: Lakshmi