While combining shrimp with cheese is sometimes frowned upon (especially in Italian cuisine), the comingling of shrimp with tangy goat cheese, spicy chorizo, caramelized onions, and jack cheese, loaded into a double-layered quesadilla and crisped up in the oven is a winning flavor combination.
Once all the fillings are prepared, this dish comes together incredibly easily. It can also be readied a day in advance and then popped in the oven to reheat come dinnertime.
These quesadillas are also perfect for any occasion. Be it an elegant dinner (especially when paired with white wine) or a lazy afternoon watching the game with friends (guacamole makes for a great accompaniment) these classy quesadillas are sure to please.
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Find recipes for Cheese Quesadillas and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: Place two tortillas on a greased baking sheet. Top each with salsa, cheese and remaining tortillas. Broil 4 in. from the heat for 3 minutes on each side or until golden brown. Cut into four wedges.
Three ingredients are all you need for Luke Walker's Mexican twist on grilled cheese. The Unionville, Ontario teenager says the tasty wedges are ideal as an after-school snack or with soup at lunchtime. Youngsters can easily assemble the quick quesadillas but should get an adult's help popping them under the broiler.
These are so easy and taste so good. I learned this recipe when I worked in food service in college. We had to make 1000's of them so I got really good at it. I am not exaggerating when I tell you there are NEVER leftovers. You can even prepare them ahead of time and cook when you are ready.