Yummy Chicken Quesadillas In 30 Minutes Or Less

Because everyone loves Mexican food and quesadillas are easy to make for your family. They’re delicious, too! It’s only five ingredients and feeds plenty. It takes about 30 minutes to prep and cook. I’ll keep it short and sweet, just like this recipe. Let’s get into it!

What you’ll need for the quesadillas:

Disclaimer: This is for inspiration. I’m not a chef, I’m just a mom throwing together meals for her kiddos. I can’t tell you exactly how much of an ingredient to use because I never measure anything when I’m free styling a recipe. I’m an “eyeball” kinda gal. And I make the biggest messes when I cook. Don’t be like me. But still, this is gonna taste really good. Trust yourself and your “eyeball” game!

Don’t be afraid to add or take away (onions, green pepper, beef, no meat at all)!

What To Do:

Step 1: Dice the chicken up. You may cut it as small as you like (or don’t chop it at all, completely up to you).

Step 2: Open diced tomatoes and drain the juice.

Step 3: Line skillet with olive oil.

Step 4: Turn stove eye on medium and let skillet warm up.

Step 5: Add diced chicken and tomatoes in your first skillet, mix them, and allow them to heat up.

Step 6: Line your second skillet with olive oil and allow it to heat up.

Step 7: Add two quesadillas to second skillet, scoop your chicken/tomato mixture into the quesadillas, add cheese (to your liking), and fold the quesadillas.

Step 8: Allow quesadilla to cook in skillet until the cheese has melted, flipping quesadilla occasionally so that both sides can get a little crispy.

Step 9: Cut and serve!

My family and friends enjoy this dish. I like to pair it with yellow rice (Mahatma is my go to brand). I also like to use salsa and sour cream as dipping sauces. Guac would probably be good too!

If you try this at home, let me know what you think! But I know you’re gonna love it!

About Author

Hi! I’m Geneeka! The M&M's and Three's mommy. I was born in Indianapolis, IN, raised in Hopkinsville, KY and made my way back to Indy after finishing undergrad at the University of Kentucky. It is my goal to empower single mothers to continue to find time for themselves and to continue to pursue their goals and aspirations.

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