Oh my gosh, we LOVE these things -- you can make it with any cheese, any time, and any size tortilla! YUMMY!
This is such a fun recipe and it was easy once you get the hang of it. For me the trick was not to be in too much of a hurry with flipping the tortilla and cheese over giving it time to reach the right stage. I like this so much better than regular quesadilla and instead of a snack had it for breakfast. Added salsa and sour cream to the topping when eating and it was a pleasant light breakfast. I'm thinking even the grandkids will like this one - specially if I add a few pepporonis to it on completion. Made for ZWT 8 the Mexican leg
this is a good snack after the tortilla was on cheese i twirled it a little to get even distributioni used swiss cheese and flour tortilla really good stuffzaar world tour 8
What a fun recipe! You're right, it did take me a couple of tries to get the cheese right - had to find the right balance of time and temperature. I used monterrey jack cheese and corn tortillas. Served with salsa of course and really enjoyed - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!
very tasty, I like how it melted the cheese, and then the tortilla was a bit crunchy. My kind of snack, quick and tasty and easy to clean up after! Thanks Cookgirl! Made for ZWT8 trip to Mexico.
My kids enjoyed these for lunch, made for ZWT8, The Fearless Red Dragons
I love the fact that you say it may take more than one try to get the cheese right. I did need a second try, but it was surely worth the first mistake, that was tasty, nonetheless. You really do need a nonstick pan, so I dug my non-stick wok out, to insure great cheesy coverage. I used a pepper jack, which was a good choice. Nice and crunchy, this stood alone, tho I may have one with guac for lunch today! :D Would be great, as an alternative to grilled cheese, with a steaming bowl of tomato soup! I plan to remember this, when winter comes...Thanks for sharing a great recipe, Cookgirl!