I learned this recipe when working at a day care. I call them the easiest quesadillas ever, and they are a real hit with my family. Of course you can embellish and add but this is what I do:
Butter a frying pan and place a shell in pan, place a few slices of cheese on shell, allow some room around end for meltage, place a shell on top. Cook both sides and let cheese melt, just like you would a cheese sandwich. Voila, you have got a queso that you can cut in half or even bite size wedgies to dip.
Good luck! By Kat from Export, PA
All sorts of things can be added as well:
combinations of different cheeses
I make these for my son all the time. A quick and easy meal if you add a side salad.
I assume you are using flour tortillas. You can also leave the butter out and make it healthier, just use a non stick pan. I use the shredded cheese that comes in a bag. My kids love to eat these with salsa and sourcream.
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