I didn't make these as written so I don't know that I can rate it as such, but I only made two changes and really liked it. Instead of tortillas I used crescent roll dough to make them into turnovers instead of quesadillas. I needed 3 cans of dough; unrolled them to make 12 rectangles. Flattened them out, but a scoop of mixture on half, folded them over and then sealed them with the tines of a fork. Sprayed the tops of each with olive oil spray and sprinkled with sesame seeds. They came out perfectlly baked at 350 degrees for about 18 minutes. Part way through making them I got the idea that they might be even better with bbq sauce, so I put in 1/4-1/3 cup, just enough to incorpate with the other ingredients, not make it saucy. I ate one of each and like them better with the bbq sauce. My husband ate two, my five-year old wouldn't touch them, but my three-year old ate half of one. I rated them a 4 out of 5 simply because they're a little different and might not suit many tastes, but I think I'll make them again myself.
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I didn't make these as written so I don't know that I can rate it as such, but I only made two...