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STEAK QUESADILLAS

  Date: April 19, 2008
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Although it wasn’t my original intent, this recipe was my own concoction. When I started thinking about making quesadillas I thought about what I’d like on them. For the meat I wanted steak. For the other toppings I wanted red, green and yellow peppers. I added jalapenos for a little spice. Onions and shallots rounded out the mix I was thinking I might like some cilantro, chile powder and cumin for spices I was leaning towards cheddar & Monterey jack cheese. But then again what did I know about making these?

When I started researching recipes, I found that you can pretty much put anything you want on quesadillas. After reading many recipes I added some fresh squeezed lime juice, salt and pepper to the mix. For the steak I used 2 pounds worth of 1/2: thick ribeyes marinated in a Olive oil, soy sauce and Montreal Steak seasoning.

The Quesadillas were excellent. I feel a future blog entry coming on this as well as the possibility that Quesadillas could end up getting their own section on the site this summer, like burgers did last summer.
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STEAK QUESADILLAS
Grill:
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Kenmore Elite Gas Grill

Direct Grilled:

Using Kenmore Elite Gas Grill
Gear:
  • SR 19" Locking Tongs
  • SR Fish Spatula