Recipe by DHANO923
"I came up with this one night when I didn't know what to cook. I had leftover steak in the fridge, so I decided to get creative. These came out wonderful! The measurements are approximations, so feel free to change them according to your tastes. Serve with salsa, guacamole, and sour cream."
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vegetable oil, divided
green bell pepper, sliced
salt to taste
cooked steak, cut into 1/4-inch thick pieces
shredded Mexican cheese blend
Excellent! I did not have leftover steak, but I did make this using flat iron steak that I had marinated in worchestershire sauce, salt, pepper and garlic. These were so simple to make and very satisfying. I served them w/ sour cream, salsa and mexican rice. Great way to strech a small amount of meat. I will def be making these again~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
I loved this!! Came together quick. Used leftover Ribeye. Yum!!
Quick, easy and delicious. I used chicken breast rather than steak. Grilled them on a quesadilla maker. Served them with 'Quesadilla Jalapeño Spread' and 'Rice Elena', both from AR.
Really good! I made this tonight and my husband & I both loved it. I exchanged the steak for black beans to keep it vegetarian and it was great. We topped with salsa, sour cream & guacamole -- so yummy. Thanks!
I used fresh chuck tender steak which I marinated in a blend of 1/4 c veg oil, 1 Tbsp vinegar and a few tablespoons of fajitas seasoning (in ziplock bag for several hours.). We grilled the steak and sliced it into very thin strips. I sautéed the onions,and peppers until half way cooked then added a cup of sliced mushrooms and continued to sauté the veggies. After cooking the quesadillas as suggested, I sieved them with sides of sour cream, avocado and salsa verde as options. I used the large flour tortillas which were too large and not as easy to flip over. I will remember to used the smaller 8 inch tortillas. This made two large quesadilla. Will make this again.
I used this as the base for Johnsonville's (R) Six Ingredient or Less challenge, subbing sausage in a 6 ingredient recipe. I made per the directions, using chopped cooked mild sausage in place of the steak (because sausage, peppers, and onions are perfect fit, right?!). I don't care for sausage, so it's tough for me to gauge, bit it was good w/the sausage and I'm sure would be prefect w/leftover steak, too. Leftover sausage, leftover steak....no matter what the protein, this is a great, quick, simple weeknight meal. THANKS for the recipe!
Myself and the hubby loved it! I didn't have green pepper, but as a pepper lover I used 1 whole red pepper and 1 whole orange pepper. I also had extra steak that needed to be cooked and a lot of cheese, so I had enough stuff to make 3 Quesadillas. Had some corn as a side dish. That was more filling then we expected so we have some extra for lunch today! :)
LOVED this and so did my 5 yr old and husband. I used chicken cooked in olive oil instead of steak. I made vegetables on the side and I only ate two quarter wedges, which surprised me that I was full. I didn't use salt and I expected these to be bland but they weren't at all. I used baking spray instead of more oil and just sprayed my pan for the tortillas. Worked great! Also used whole wheat tortillas. Can't wait to make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 280
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