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🍄 Mushroom 🧀 Quesadilla [not a keto recipe]

Mushroom Quesadilla recipe

A quesadilla  is a Mexican dish and type of taco, consisting of a tortilla that is filled primarily with cheese, and sometimes meats and spices, and then cooked on a griddle.

Traditionally, a corn tortilla is used, but it can also be made with a flour tortilla, particularly in northern Mexico and the United States

A full quesadilla is made with two tortillas that hold a layer of cheese between them.

A half is a single tortilla that has been filled with cheese and folded into a half-moon shape.

 A quick version of the quesadilla, the cheese tortilla, is microwaved and often served to children.
Original Mexican quesadilla

In the central and southern regions of Mexico, a quesadilla is a flat circle of cooked corn masa, called a tortilla, warmed to soften it enough to be folded in half, and then filled.

They are typically filled with Oaxaca cheese (queso Oaxaca), a stringy Mexican cheese made by the pasta filata (stretched-curd) method.

The quesadilla is then cooked on a comal until the cheese has completely melted. They are usually cooked without the addition of any oil. Often the quesadillas are served with green or red salsa, chopped onion, and guacamole.

While Oaxaca (or string) cheese is the most common filling, other ingredients are also used in addition to, or even substituting for, the cheese.

These can include cooked vegetables, such as potatoes with chorizo, squash blossoms, mushrooms, epazote, huitlacoche, and different types of cooked meat, such as chicharron, tinga made of chicken or beef, or cooked pork.

In some places, quesadillas are also topped with other ingredients, in addition to the fillings they already have. Avocado or guacamole, chopped onion, tomato, serrano chiles, and cilantro are the most common. Salsas may also be added as a topping

U.S. quesadillaEdit

Quesadillas served at a Friendly’s restaurant in New Jersey

The quesadilla is a regional favorite in the southwestern U.S. where it is similar to a grilled cheese sandwich, with the inclusion of local ingredients. A flour tortilla is heated on a griddle, then flipped and sprinkled with a grated, usually high-moisture, melting cheese (queso quesadilla), such as Monterey Jack, Cheddar cheese, or Colby Jack. Once the cheese melts, other ingredients, such as shredded meat, peppers, onions, or guacamole may be added, and it is then folded and served.[12]
Another preparation involves cheese and other ingredients sandwiched between two flour tortillas, with the whole package grilled on an oiled griddle and flipped so both sides are cooked and the cheese is melted.[13] This version is often cut into wedges to serve. A home appliance (quesadilla maker) is sold to produce this kind of quesadilla, although it does not use oil and cooks both sides at once.


Quesadillas have been adapted to many different styles. In the United States, many restaurants serve them as appetizers, after adding their own twist.

 Some variations use goat cheese, black beans, spinach, zucchini, or tofu.

A variation that combines the ingredients and cooking technique of a quesadilla with pizza toppings has been described as a “pizzadilla”.

Even dessert quesadillas are made, using ingredients such as chocolate, butterscotch, caramel and different fruits.

Breakfast quesadillas are also made, using ingredients such as eggs, cheese and bacon.

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My favorite Macadamia nut oil:

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