a Dallas Cowboy fan since the 5th grade, you seriously learn how to be loyal fan! :0)
Soooo....this recipe has an odd history. I received a message from one of the survey companies I do things for and it was to make a recipe that was emailed to me. Well, I got the email and printed the recipe and remembered that I had to make it by a certain date. So I did. But I accidentally deleted the email thinking of course that the survey company would send me a link to the site where I complete the information about my assigned recipe. They didn't. Bottom line.... I seriously have no stinkin' clue for whom I was supposed to complete a survey for this recipe. It's ok because we loved it! I mean yeah it's quesadillas and we all make them because they are so easy and simple. But there was just a little something about these that made us fans (can you say Velveeta). Let's make 'em!
Cast of Characters
1/2 lb of Velveeta (cut into cubes)
10 oz. can of Ro*tel diced tomatoes, drained
4 cups shredded chopped chicken ( I used 1 really big can from Costco)
4 green onions, thinly sliced (I just used a small red onion)
First up since I bailed on the green onions in favor of some red onion (it's what I had on hand) I sauteed
those up in a little olive oil. Just get them a little tender.
Next I just tossed that chicken in the pan with the onions.
Broke it up and warmed it up.
see, just get it warmed up and broken up
Now toss in those Ro*Tel tomatoes
and then toss in that Velveeta
Yeah...everything is better with Velveeta!!
Just let that simmer until the cheese melts and it's nice and creamy
Now just warm up those tortillas a little then fill 'em and toast 'em
The first one I filled half and flipped the tortilla over then I figured hey girly goo...just put down one tortilla, filling all over the top and add another tortilla. MUCH easier.
Slice them up
and serve them up around a big bowl of salsa.
we were all romantic and stuff and shared a plate.
Yeah...right, I was just too lazy to fix plates and we shared a plate between our two laptops since we were getting some work done before heading out of town. Just keeping it real here folks!
Candy corn + peanuts =
Seriously you HAVE to try this. It's addicting and tastes amazing.
Do you have any tips to make the seemingly hum drum foods like quesadillas more exciting, fresh and new?? Tell me your secrets!
Peace, Love & Yummies!!!