Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

We enjoy these Quesadillas. I use to make them for the kids I had in daycare(no green-chilies)they loved them. I would sometimes add black or refried beans to them.


  1. In a medium bowl, toss together the cheese, green onion, and chilies: set aside.
  2. Spray a medium skillet with nonstick spray and place over medium heat.
  3. When hot, add 1 tortilla and sprinkle it with one-fourth of the cheese mixture.
  4. When the cheese begins to melt, about 1 minute, fold in half.
  5. Continue cooking until lightly brown on both sides, about 1 minute.
  6. Transfer to cutting board, Repeat with the remaining tortillas and filling.
  7. Cut into wedges with a knife or pizza cutter and serve immediately with salsa.
Most Helpful

Barb, this is a great recipe. I have made quesadillas off of other recipes and have always loved the different ways of making them. The last couple times I made quesadillas, I used Supremo's Queso Chihuahua cheese. A friend of mine recommended their Queso Fresco and after being impressed by that I tried their Chihuahua cheese. Definitely recommend trying this cheese. Perfect melting cheese! And might I say very tasty!! Thanks NVirginian for recommending the chopped tomato!

rom1229 August 21, 2013

Barb, I served these for dinner several nights ago and they were scarfed down by everyone. I did add some fajita chicken I had on hand to some of the quesadillas and they were a hit, too! I mix sour cream with salsa for a nice creamy/spicy dip, and that was perfect for these. We could have eaten these all night long.

Mommy2two December 22, 2011

Perfect accompaniment to some vegetarian tortilla soup I made tonight. I used butterkase cheese because we usually keep it on hand for grilled cheese sandwiches. I also added some chopped tomatoe. Thanx Barb!

NVirginian July 12, 2009