By VickyJ on June 17, 2006
Photo by Tasty Tidbits
Photo by Tasty Tidbits
"A tasty meal to throw together to use leftover veggies. It makes a great lunch, dinner or even a snack. You can use different veggies to your liking. This recipe is for 2 melts, but you can adjust for more servings."
Serving Size: 1 (223 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Very good! My picture wasn't as good as the others, so I didn't post it:) I loved the skight crunch, I'll make these again and again! In memory of VickyJ"
"Made this for the Cook-a-Thon in memory of VickyJ and this is such an easy and delicious meal. You can do almost anything to it. I subbed spinach for the lettuce (that is what I had) and followed the rest of the instructions. I will make this again for a quick meal that I really enjoyed."
"This recipe met everything I was looking for: easy, healthy, and really tasty! I added lots of mushrooms and took the tip to use spinach instead of lettuce. I think I'll be making this recipe often, especially when I have lots of leftover veggies and am short on time. Thanks!!"
"I enjoyed this & customized it with what I had. Forgive me all vegetarians-but I couldn't resist throwing in a little diced turkey pepperoni into the filling!! I omitted the lettuce-used dried minced onion, zucchini & broccoli. I messed with the spices-used some oregano, garlic powder, seasoning salt & black pepper-loved the worch & will use some onion powder next time. I only used a few tbsp of reduced fat mozz & cooked this like a quesadilla so the tortilla would be nice & toasty. At the last minute, I mixed some hot salsa & fat free sour cream together & used that as a dip-which was just fabulous & gave it a great bite. Thank u for sharing this!"
"I enjoyed this yummy and healthy recipe. I used zucchini and yellow squash for the veggies as that's what I had on hand. I will probably make this often. Thanks!"
"I made these for our dinner today to serve with some soup. I used baby spinach leaves instead of the lettuce, which went really well. I just tossed them in and let them wilt in the heat of the pan after I had cooked the onion and carrot. I also waited until then to toss in the tomato as well. Then I divided the mixture between two tortillas, topped with the cheese and two more tortillas and baked them in a hot oven to melt the cheese and brown the tortillas. Delicious! I'll make these again Vicky. We loved them!"
"This was so quick and easy to put together and resulted in a very delicious medley of flavors. I love the mix of seasonings not being your ordinary blend and it sets it apart from other recipes. I had some green peppers chopped so I added those and I used corn tortillas because that's what I had. Vicky, thank you for posting your delicious recipe and it is one I will be making again!"
"This is great the way it is or could be used as a starting point. I added some walnuts and we both loved it."
"This was my lunch today and it was perfect, exactly what I was looking for. The only changes I made were I used regular flour tortillas and had no carrot. I really loved this."