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I love these! I have been making a variation of this for quite some time. We make them every time we go camping. They turn out very nice on the grill as well, although you need to make sure the temperature is not too hot or else the tortillas burn. A lot of times, we just make a quesadilla with toppings and dip it in the pasta sauce.
I really enjoyed these for a quick and easy lunch. I made as stated, and served with a bit of extra sauce on the side! I did use a skillet for mine and they crisp up nicely using the spray! I'll make these a go-to recipe, as I usually have these ingredients on hand! Thanks fro sharing, Starrynews!
What a great idea! I used italian sausage and sauted mushrooms, and these made a wonderful dinner. Just like homemade pizza, but so much easier. I cooked it on my Griddler, and was very pleased with the result. Thanks for posting!
This was delicious! I took the suggestion and used Pasta Sauce #1 which is delicious and just perfect for this recipe. I put sweet onions and bacon on mine for toppings and used fresh shredded mozzarella, not the stuff out of the bag that tastes like paper. This made for a seriously good Pizzadilla. I made one and it was plenty for my BF and I to share. I will definitely be making this again. Thanks!
I made 2 of these in the sandwich/panini press and they made a wonderful morning snack for the 4 of us. I used a pasta sauce (with a touch of chilli), mozzarella cheese, ham, pineapple and finely sliced spring onion. Thank you so much Starrynews, made for Everyday a Holiday tag game.
These were so good and easy!! DH was a little skeptical about them but after a couple bites he loved them! I lightened them a bit by using turkey pepperoni and the lowest calorie spaghetti sauce I could fine (Hunt's in the can btw). This a great quick weeknight meal that satisfies our pizza craving without having to turn the oven on; a REAL plus in this Texas heat! Thanks so much for posting this great recipe!
This is a fantastic idea for a lunch or even a light dinner! My kids enjoyed choosing what would be placed into their own "dillas". This is a nice change from our standard english muffin or pita bread pizzas. Love the fact I don't have to heat up the oven for even a second! Made for the Potluck Tag Game...What's for Lunch? . Thanks for sharing!
Wow the taste of pizza, but way healthier. Used LaTortilla Factory whole wheat high fiber tortillas, Veggie Shreds mozzarella (fat free), and Why Buy Ragu Pasta Sauce. These were so filling and so yummy that we ate them for lunch two days in a row trying a different filling each day. Our love for quesadillas now has a rival. Will be making often. Thanks. 8+)
Oh Yummy... and so ooey gooey. I must have used too much cheese and sauce?? That's easy enough to do while using my quesadilla maker. I used regular flour tortillas, pepperoni's, ham, olives and shredded cheddar. Not much more to say other than this made a nice quick lunch for DH. Very filling too I might add as I know the serving size says 2, but I was serving only one:-) Made for HolidayTag~
Perfect if you have that pizza craving. I couldn't find whole wheat tortillas, so used regular. My fillings of choice were, green peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni. :)