A quesadilla is traditionally cheese melted inside of a toasty tortilla, but in addition to cheese you can add in any number of your favorite ingredients. If you feel like something savory try your favorite cheese and choice of cooked meat, or if you want something lighter try sautéed kale with parmesan or if you crave something sweet make a dessert quesadilla with peanut butter and bananas. You have endless options, all you need are a few tortilla shells to get started. Read more
Posts tagged ‘Goat Cheese’
I’ve been traveling a lot for work lately, so I made these quesadillas to enjoy while watching the Super Bowl last Sunday before leaving for Las Vegas at 7am on Monday. Having some goat cheese already in my fridge, I thought it would pair nicely with some sauteed mushrooms and some fresh herbs to have a bit of a spin on the traditional quesadilla.
Steamed, cooked, pickled, cold, shredded raw – there are many ways to consume beets. Typically a deep red wine color, you can also find beets golden yellow or red and white striped. Beets are a low calorie and nutritious veggie with a very mild, yet unique flavor. Try a beet for breakfast to get your daily dose of Vitamin C, for lunch in a salad or for dinner as a great source of Iron. Read more
Beets. The first time I tried a beet was probably in my mid twenties. Not really sure if I was going to love or hate them, I took my first bite and discovered that beets are delicious. Not only are they tasty, they are so good for you. Having a high concentration of vitamins and minerals, beets are great way to get a does of vitamin C, folate, iron, and magnesium. So, add that to a healthy dose of kale, and you have yourself a rather nutritious salad. Read more