Adapted from a recipe for Traditional Quesadillas found in a 1970s era Mexican cookbook from a newsgroup post 8/17/01 by Rich McCormack
by Ricardo Batista
You've heard about Quesadillas. You have probably seen them in restaurants where they take a flour tortilla, sprinkle cheese and perhaps ham in the middle and cook it somehow until the cheese melts. That may be fine for them but that is not how the real Mexican quesadillas are made.
Quesadillas in Mexico can be found outside movie theaters, st...
A simple Mexican snack food. A basic quesadilla is an uncooked tortilla folded over with a variety of fillings like cheese or even meats, beans or potatoes. The folded tortilla is heated on a hot comal (griddle) or fried.
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