Chicken quesadillas can be easily made from canned or cooked chicken breasts. Add your favorite cheese and fold inside a flour tortilla; grill or bake to melt the cheese and they're ready.
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Easy to make, and freezes well
Spray 2 8 inch square pans. Spread a tortilla generously with cream cheese and place in pan. Spoon salsa over. Sprinkle 1/4 cup chicken, 1/4 cup cheese, and some of peppers over tortilla. Repeat twice more, then cover with another tortilla.
For just the two of us this will make two dishes, one of them to freeze. You could add more pepper, but for us it would be too"peppery".
|Servings:||2 to 4 per pan, depending on what you have with it|
|Time:||25 Minutes Preparation Time|
35 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: A cross between another recipe and my own invention.
By Mother of 5 from Nova Scotia
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Mix chicken and salsa in a small bowl. Layer two of the tortillas with 1/2 of the chicken mixture and 1/2 of the cheese. Top each with the remaining two tortillas.
Lightly spray the top of each quesadilla with cooking spray and lightly spray the skillet and lightly spray the skillet again for the subsequent quesadilla.
Cook each quesadilla uncovered over medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes on each side until golden brown.
Cut quesadillas into wedges and serve with sour cream and salsa.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
I posted on this as well. These are one of our favorite quick meals. Due to the fact that they can be meatless they can also work for our no meat night! (10/01/2008)
I am glad you posted it, too, Savings Assistant :-) They are indeed yummy and quick :-)
I should have mentioned that I also love to add diced green chilies, sometimes diced Jalapenoes and even corn :-) I submitted when I was really tired though and didn't get detailed enough :-(
I have a Quesadilla maker that someone gave me but I like the flavor cooked in the skillet better :-)
What other things do you like to add? (10/02/2008)