How to Make Quick and Easy Quesadillas

by Baby Angara

I was craving some quesadillas the other day and this is what I came up with! Enjoy =).

Supplies

  • Griddle or pan
  • 4 ounces chicken breast
  • 1/2 tbsp mustard
  • 1 tbsp mayonnaise
  • 1/4 C shredded cheese
  • Avocado- optional
  • Salt/pepper- optional
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Set griddle to 300 degrees.

    Step 2

    I baked my chicken breast at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turned over at 15 minutes. The chicken was my leftovers, I had refrigerated it overnight so it's cold.

    Step 3

    Chop chicken.

    Step 4

    Add the 1tbsp of mayo and 1/2 tbsp of mustard.

    Step 5

    Now you can add salt and pepper for taste, I only used pepper.

    Step 6

    Griddle should be hot enough. Add tortillas til one side is more browned than the other. Make sure they are cooked thoroughly. (The browned sides go inside because the outsides will get more cooked).

    Step 7

    Now add your mixture of chicken on top of the more browned side of the tortilla.

    Step 8

    This is optional, I love avocados so I added it on. Take half of an avocado and cut into slices. Like so.

    Step 9

    I use the other half as a treat. Put sugar on it and it's delicious! I know a lot of people use salt, but I think it tastes better with sugar.

    Step 10

    On the browned side of tortilla add the 1/4 C of cheese on top of the chicken, and add the avocado. Doesn't matter which order you put them on top.

    Step 11

    Put the other more browned tortilla side on top facing the inside and put on griddle. Keep it at 300 degrees.

    Step 12

    Flip it as much as you'd like and browned as much as you like.

    Step 13

    I flip mine til the cheese melts, and outside is a little brown. Some people prefer their tortillas burned.

    Step 14

    Now cut into quarters and put on plate! So delicious!!

    Step 15

    Add anything you'd like; olives, onions etc. sour cream on top. You can also use salsa to put on top or dip in. I make my own salsa, that'll be my next guide =).