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FLANK STEAK & GRILLED VEGGIE QUESADILLAS
Date:July 07, 2012 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
The green & red bell peppers & onions have been sliced. These items plus the corn were sprayed with olive oil & seasoned with kosher salt & freshly ground black pepper.
The veggies are direct grilling over high heat.
The veggies are finished grilling & are nicely charred.
Back in the kitchen some leftover Pepper & Herb Crusted Flank Steak slices are cut up into small pieces.
The ingredients for the quesadillas are all diced up. Time for some assembly
The tortillas have been sprayed with olive oil on the exterior side. The interior side is facing up and the first ingredient, the flank steak, has been added.
Next comes the grilled corn followed by...
...red bell peppers...
...green bell peppers...
...and a 4 cheese Mexican cheese blend.
The tortilla has been folded over & has been compressed.
The quesadillas are on the grill, direct grilling at 325 degrees.
The quesadillas have been sliced with an electric knife & are served with some Southwestern rice.
This was a very tasty meal and the only item I had to buy was an ear of corn. The quesadilla had a wonderful smoky flavor which I attribute to the charred grilled veggies. The flank steak was tender & tasty.
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These tasty quesadilla used items I had around the house as leftovers and stock items in my pantry. The only thing I had to buy was an ear of corn. All of the veggies were grilled/charred. The flank steak was allowed to sit at room temperature for a while and was cut up into smaller pieces. The quesadillas were assembly and grilled over 325 degree direct heat. They were very tasty and had a wonderful smoky flavor from the charred veggies. The wonderful thing about quesadillas is there is no right or wrong ingredients. So you can be very creative with your leftovers.