Black Bean Quesadillas

Black Bean Quesadillas

"'When I get home late from work as an operating room nurse, I often rely on this handy recipe,' says Jane Epping of Iowa City, Iowa. 'Topped with salsa and sour cream, the crisp wedges are always a hit. when I have extra time, I add chopped onion, black olives and green chilies to the beans.'"
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30 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, mash the beans; add 1 cup salsa. Place five tortillas on ungreased baking sheets; spread with bean mixture. Sprinkle with cheese; top with the remaining tortillas.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15-18 minutes or until crisp and heated through. Cut into wedges. Serve with sour cream and remaining salsa.

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Very good. I added taco seasoning because I found the bean mixture a little bland. Or maybe the salsa I used was just bland. Or maybe I'm just bland. Who knows.

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Made them in a quesadilla maker, which was a mess. Tasted okay, but wouldn't make them again.

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Very good. I added taco seasoning because I found the bean mixture a little bland. Or maybe the salsa I used was just bland. Or maybe I'm just bland. Who knows.

Nice and easy! I've been making quesadillas for years and it never occurred to me to bake them (slow learner!). I threw the beans and salsa in the food processor and added some seasoning to them...

These were great! I halved the recipe (which I shouldn't have). If you warm the beans a bit, they are very easy to mash. I added the salsa to taste, plus added chili powder. To make these crispi...

Very good and EXTREMELY easy and FAST to put together! I didn't mash the beans (prefer them whole), added the salsa (medium-hot) to them and also added half a packet of Sazon Goya for a hit of f...

added cumin and chili powder to the beans, used a frozen onion/bell pepper blend, finished it off with lime juice, and popped it in the toaster oven for 10 minutes at 350. serve with salsa. the...

These were pretty good. I used refried black beans instead of mashing up canned ones and eye-balled everything instead of measuring. I also added chopped tomato and sprinkled on a few broken u...

great recipe!! made this for a huge party i was having and i am vegetarian...i made these and added spinach to them...it was great...even my meat eating friends and husband liked them. I also di...

Super yummy! Quick and easy meal for a busy day.

Easy, cheap, and fast! I used spinach & roasted garlic tortillas, and added taco seasoning to the black beans and salsa, as another reviewer suggested. I also used low-fat sour cream and chees...

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