Yield: 1 Servings
|1 \N||Chopped green pepper|
|1 \N||Chopped onion|
|½ bunch||Chopped Spinach|
|1 can||Rinsed black beans|
|½ pack||Taco seasoning (or your fav Mexican spices)|
This one is REALLY quick. It amazes me how well this works & I really wonder why everyone fries Quesadillas.
Combine 1 chopped green pepper, 1 chopped onion, ½ bunch chopped Spinach, 1 can rinsed black beans & ½ pkg taco seasoning (or your fav Mexican spices). Add a little reserved bean juice if the mixture seems dry.
Put flour tortillas on a cookie sheet. My cookie sheet can hold 2 burrito or 3 small tortillas... either size works fine. Spread the veggie mixture over the tortillas. Sprinkle w/ cheese if you like.
Place the cookie sheet under a hot broiler and stand there. Do not wander off :) Once the edges of the tortillas start to brown, pull the cookie sheet out & with a spatula, fold each over in half. Put the sheet back under the broiler for a minute until the tortillas start to blister & brown. Beware... if your broiler is like mine... it's about 10 seconds from not-quite-done to burnt black. Pull them back out and flip them all over.
Broil the other side. Remove & cut in halves or thirds to form triangles.
Serve with ff sour cream, salsa, rice if you like. I really like the Quesadillas cause the veggies are hot but crunchy, and they seem more decadent than the burittos, but are really less filling. We have also used red or yellow peppers and added corn to both. yummm.
Posted to fatfree digest V97 #006 by wide-eyed wanderer <marya@...> on Feb 22, 1997.