Steak Quesadillas in the "Quesadilla Maker"

by jsnow     Aug 09, 2010
Steak Quesadillas in the
Difficulty: Easy
Yield: 3 quesadillas
Prep Time: 15 Min(s)
Cook Time: 15 Min(s)
Ready In: 30 Min(s)
A light, but filling snack/entree. Kept it simple with key tasty ingredients including adobo spice for a Caribbean edge!  Easily switch up with substitutes like shrimp or chicken to adapt to your party's needs.
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1 package thin round steak (about a pound) [+]
1 package of 8 medium flour tortillas [+]
1 medium sweet onion [+]
1/2 large green pepper [+]
2 tablespoons olive oil [+]
2 tablespoons adobo spice [+]
2 cups diced Roma tomatoes [+]
1 package mexican mixed cheese [+]
salt and pepper to taste

Method

Heat quesadilla maker.  Dice up steak, onion, and pepper.  Heat oil in a sautee pan over medium heat, add steak, onion, and pepper and cook, stirring, until lightly browned, about 8 minutes.

Add adobo seasong and salt and pepper to pan. Dice up tomatoes and set aside until previous ingredients are done cooking.

Once quesadilla maker is heated up, place a flour tortilla on the bottom, add sauce pan ingredients, then diced tomatoes. Top with mixed cheese and cover with a top layer tortilla (feel free to add other toppings inside for extra flavor!). Once lid is closed, it takes about 5 minutes to finish the quesadilla. Some ingredients may spill out the side but that is OK; the appliance will close the quesadilla around the edges and into 6 small triangles which can be easily cut apart once cooled for a minute.

Serve with salsa and sour cream on the side.

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