Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Real World Wednesday - Quesaninis

A few weeks ago we ate delicious gourmet quesadillas made with a George Foreman grill at a friends house. They looked like paninis, so I named them Quesaninis and vowed to recreate them at home. These are so quick and easy to put together, and you can use whatever ingredients you already have on hand.

tortillas or wraps (I used spinach herb wraps)
Sliced turkey breast, or any other meat
Sliced cheddar, or any other cheese
Sliced tomato
Sliced avocado
Sliced mushrooms
Any toppings of your choice (Salsa, green chile, and bacon are a few other toppings I want to try.)

Lay out your tortilla or wrap and place ingredients on one half. Fold the other half over the ingredients and cook in a lightly greased George Foreman for 5 minutes or until warmed through and cheese has melted. If you don't have a George Foreman, cook for 5 minutes on each side in a non-stick skillet.


  1. I wish my kids would eat stuff like this. Probably I should muster up the courage to try again. I gave up too easily.
    Anyway, this reminds me of some Pizzadillas I saw over at The Kitchn (I think) a while ago.

  2. Wow, this is a great recipe! I have a George Foreman but all I've used it for is meat and fish. I never thought sandwiches! This is a must-try as I love all the ingredients. I know hubby would love it, now to test it on the 2-year-old :o)