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Hard for me to rate this fairly since I made a bunch of changes. But what I will say is that I LOVED the Mushrooms and Zucchini. I never would have thought of it! As for changes - I left out the bell pepper (bf doesn't like them) Used green onions (what I had) Cut the chili powder in half (I found the chili powder taste to strong. Not -hot- strong, just chili powdery strong)I used pepper jack cheese (didn't measure, just grated over) And I mixed the cilantro with about 1 tbsp sour cream per quesadilla (I stacked instead of folded). In the end I actually had to go back and make a second batch of 3 for BF's lunch today. Will make these again. Thanks!

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Nikoma May 28, 2009

These were awesome quesadillas! I did use less cayenne pepper, omitted the green peppers, and cut way back on the chili powder because I'm cooking for kids, but they ate all their veggies and didn't even know it!

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the6-sranch July 20, 2008

I LOVED these quesadillas! They are so easy to use up what you have in the fridge. I made them for lunch and served with guacamole dip. I'll be making these over and over. Thanks for posting!

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Lvs2Cook February 17, 2009

These are delicious! I used a 4-cheese Mexican blend and threw in some chopped tomatoes with the cilantro, since I love tomatoes. I also used a multigrain tortilla. Thanks for a keeper!

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Starrynews May 11, 2008

These ARE healthy as can be! Making them makes me fell like I am taking care of me! Did I mention they are low fat, No...better not mention that :) THANKS! GREAT!

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mickeydownunder October 06, 2007

These were great! I made them as directed, except I omitted the cilantro, used lowfat cheese and used chopped chipotles instead of the chili powder because I kind of like them ;) I also used whole grain tortillas. Awesome! Thanks for the recipe!

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ChipotleChick September 24, 2007

These were really terrific and reminded me a bit of the version offered by Applebee's only better. I made a half batch of the veggies but only prepared 2 quesadillas, with the rest going into an egg white omelet this morning. The vegetable mix is delicious with a good combination of colors and textures well seasoned with the cumin, garlic and chili powder. I used a pepper jack in lieu of Monterey jack for a little extra kick. Thanks!

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justcallmetoni September 06, 2007

Very good, will be making again. I also added red bell pepper and I think it gave it a nice flavor.

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MamaBear83 April 29, 2007

Really tasty cheesy veggie quesadillas! The key to the flavor is plenty chili powder. I would recommend to use not too large zucchini, or it might all get too much.

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rosslare December 08, 2006

These were the best quesadillas I have made. Perfectly flavorful. It also gave me ideas for adding different veggies or beans as variations. The seasonings would be a good starting point for many kitchen experiments. Thank you!

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Meowface September 24, 2005
Spicy Vegetable Quesadillas