Friday, October 22, 2010

Quesadillas…What….Leftover Pot Roast?

I love to cook.

You may not know that about me.

There are soooo many cooking shows and books and blogs out there. Good ones too.

I don’t intend to do a cooking blog.

Once in awhile though, I may share something from the kitchen.

Like the other night. We were tired of pot roast. You know, with just two at home, it can last awhile.

So, I made something that hubby loved. Quesadillas.

You probably already have your favorite pot roast recipe, so I won’t bore you with that. If you don’t have one, we can talk about it.

So…..I just heated up the pot roast—with carrots and potatoes and all—in the microwave.

Then a little butter in a cast iron or non-stick pan on stove, medium heat.

Then one flour tortilla.

Then top with the pot roast, carrots and potatoes and all.

Than top with another flour tortilla.

When bottom is browned, flip over…..veddy carefully….and brown the top that is now on the bottom.

You could even repeat this and make a triple decker quesadilla, but why would you? You just make a whole other one if you’re still hungry.

Now cut into fourths for dainty eating.

I like to garnish with cilantro. But then, I love cilantro.

And serve with your favorite picante or salsa or jalapenos or whatever that just takes it up to another level above pot roast.

This is why I don’t do a cooking blog. Are you confused yet? Well, I’ll let the finished product speak for itself. It’s so easy, you can make up the rest. Just do it….they’re tasty!

quesadillas dining room

Just a snack….

quesadillas and egg cups

Or a daintier appetite…..

quesadaillas smaller

It’s official. I won’t be doing a photography blog either.

4 comments:

sugar Creek said...

I must say that's a good idea and they look good!!

red.neck chic said...

I'll be there in a little bit...

good GRIEF now my stomach's growling...

;-D robelyn

The Primitique said...

Ha! Aren't you creative? Yum! ~Mindy

trash talk said...

How about a "come over and join us for supper" blog? I'd love to be a follower to that! Looks good to me and I understood perfectly.
Debbie