Quesadilla - a Crunchy Treat

   Its not so hard to try out certain food at home, i am a great fan of Mexican food, i just love the food from the Fast Food chain Taco Bell. Sometimes i get lazy to make a dinner or so, and the Taco Bell near our home was my savior for long. It was just more than a savior, i loved the food over there well, i loved it so much that i was so ready to celebrate our Wedding Anniversary lunch by dining at Taco Bell, hehehe!!!
Saying this, i just remember that its been ages that i have visited my fav place.

After my little girls arrival i haven't visited my fav place so often, well writing this post is really making me drool for some good stuffs from there.   This is a   Super easy snack , this can be included in any category an appetizer, lunch or dinner. This is loved by we all, and i just devour it to the core.
By adding a pinch of Red Chili Flakes , i have given it my own personal touch.

Quesadilla - a Crunchy Treat


5 -6 Tortillas
1 cup Cheddar Cheese
Red hili Flakes

For the salsa:
1 small Onion ( chopped )
1 Tomato de-seeded ( chopped )
4 -5 Coriander sprigs
1/2 - 1 Lemon squeezed
Salt to taste

 In a bowl mix everything for the salsa , and keep it aside for 15 - 20 mins.
Heat your panini maker and lay one tortilla layer about 2 tbsp of salsa on half  of the tortilla.
Spread 2  tbsp of cheese on top, sprinkle 1/2 tsp of chili flakes and fold it in half and press the panini maker and cook until crispy and all cheese melted.
If using your Tawa,  heat tawa on Medium - High and layer tortilla, salsa , cheese and chili flakes as said above, then fold the tortilla and press the tortilla using your spatula for 2 -3 sec , carefully flip on the other side and press again, until crispy and cheese all melted. The tawa / pan should be very hot, and be careful not to burn your tortillas.
Cut in wedges and serve hot with Guacamole or Ketchup.

1 comment:

  1. Isn't this something that we can have anytime on lazy day!!! Well, I absolutely can... :P

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