Friday, November 23, 2012
Light, Fresh and Tasty Shrimp and Avocado Quesadillas from We Are Not Food Junkies
In traditional Mexican quesadillas, they are usually made from corn masa tortillas filled primarily with queso Oaxaca, a type of stringy mozzarella like cheese. Other ingredients are sometimes added such as refried beans, avocado, meat and in certain parts of Mexico they use wheat flour tortillas instead of corn masa. In the South West USA, where you will find Tex-Mex food, quesadillas are predominantly made with flour tortillas, use cheddar cheese (or Monterey Jack) and more often than not have a variety of fillings added to them.
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