Sunday, 9 October 2016

Fried quesadillas - recipe

Sometimes we go to different food market during weekends and there are just so many cuisines and a variety of meals from different cultures to choose from. When we go as a family I try to choose something that will give less dirty hands. The quesadillas are excellent to carry around and eat. Even toddler likes them. So my mum tried to do one her way. We liked it a lot and I try to make it quite often especially during this summer picnics.


2 chicken breasts
1 small can of corn
2-3 tbsp tomato puree
2 potatoes, boiled
1/2 yellow bell pepper
1 onion
Flat bread
Seasoning: Turmeric, paprica powder, salt, pepper, curry, ground coriander, garlic powder, ground cumin. These spices were added to taste

1. Chop the chicken breast into cubes and fry in in a frying pan with few tbsp of oil. Chop the pepper and onions and add it to the pan. 

2. Boil the potatoes lightly and cut into cubes. Add the corn, tomato puree and potatoes in the frying pan. Season to taste with all the spices mentioned above. I generally add anything between 1/2-1 tsp of each. Fry it on midium heat until browned. It should be rather dry.

3. Add some of the mixture on half a side of a flat bread. Then fold over the other side. Fry it in a pan until golden brown and crispy. 

 It is delicious and makes you full. Great lunch idea with a green salad with it.


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