A quesadilla is basically a Mexican-style stuffed pancake, like a toasted sandwich, made with two tortillas sandwiched together with a cheese-based filling. They are warmed through and served with guacamole and soured cream. They are one of my favourite things to eat – Jools and I tend to have them every Saturday because we love them!
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 425kcal
- Carbs 32.6g
- Sugar 3.1g
- Fat 24.9g
- Saturates 9.9g
- Protein 14.6g
This recipe is adapted from:
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