Kara D's Cheese Quesadillas
2 medium flour tortillas
1 cup shredded mild cheddar cheese
1/3 cup black olives
1/2 cup fresh guacamole
1/2 cup light sour cream
1/2 teaspoon salt
Quesadilla Fiesta Nostalgia Electric Maker™ or oven (directions may very)
Plug in and open up quesadilla make, then place the first tortilla on the bottom half of quesadilla maker. Place cheese on first tortilla, and place second tortilla on top of the cheese.
Close the top of the quesadilla maker, and let quesadilla bake for 1 minute or until cheese is nearly melted, but not fully.
Open the quesadilla maker, and remove the top tortilla, then chop olives and place around top of cheese.
Place second tortilla back on top, and close the quesadilla maker, letting quesadilla bake for 1 more minute or until cheese is fully melted and olives are slightly warmed.
Add a pinch of salt to the top.
Open quesadilla maker, and using a spatula, remove entire quesadilla and place on a large plate. Scoop guacamole and sour cream onto quesadilla or on the side to dip.
Using a knife or scissors, cut tortillas to equal pieces, if wanted.
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My uncle used to make me Quesadillas a few years ago, and I make them all the time because they're so easy, quick, and are a great snack! I love sour cream and guacamole, which fit very well in cheese quesadillas! CHEMISTRY INFORMATION: In addition to the pure substances and mixtures shown below, the fresh guacamole, flour tortillas, and the finished quesadillas are all heterogeneous mixtures. The pinch of salt is a pure substance, and the cheddar cheese, olives, and sour cream are homogenous mixtures. The olives being chopped, and cutting the finished quesadillas are both physical changes. The quesadilla browning when it's baked and the sudden change in smell both indicate that chemical changes are taking place. NUTRITION INFORMATION PER QUESADILLA: 142 calories, 23g protein, 18g carbohydrates, 14g fat, 30mg cholesterol, 1,036mg sodium, 86mg potassium
Submitted by: "Kara D"