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Mexican Quesadilla 🇲🇽

This week we'll dive into the quesadilla. Which has its origins in colonial Mexico. It is pronounced
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Mexican Quesadilla 🇲🇽
By CookUp • Issue #4 • View online
This week we’ll dive into the quesadilla. Which has its origins in colonial Mexico. It is pronounced as ‘kay-sa-dee-ah’ and roughly translates to “cheese-dude”. A quesadilla consists of a corn or flower tortilla that is filled primarily with cheese, and sometimes meats, beans, and spices, and then cooked on a griddle.
Quesadillas make a great lunch, snack or quick supper. They have changed and evolved over many years as people experimented with different variations. Let’s get to it and cook up some delicious quesadillas of your own.
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Photo by Raduz
Photo by Raduz
“Make yourself a dang quesadilla!” — Napoleon Dynamite’s grandmother
The basics
Easy quesadilla with (or without) tuna
Quesadillas three ways: chicken, steak and veggie
Around the world
American cheesy breakfast quesadilla
Greek quesadilla
Mexican carne asada quesadilla with fresh tortillas
Something different
Homemade Taco Bell crunchwrap supreme
Pizzadilla
Samosadilla
Veggie BBQ sweet potato quesadilla
Next week
Next week we’ll head back to Europe and dive into a French classic, Coq au Vin. Stay tuned and happy cooking!
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