Looking for something different to put in your zero-waste lunchbox? These Quesadillas are a great sandwich substitute! Easy to make (bigger kids will be able to make their own) and delicious to eat!
Yeild – dos personas (2)
You will need –
- 85g grated cheese
- Half a red capsicum, diced finely
- Half a cob of corn, sliced off cob (or tinned if you have that)
- A quarter of a spanish onion, finely diced
- A small tomato, diced
- 1 large spring onion, finely sliced
- A handful coriander
- A squeeze of lime
- 4 tortillas (for gluten free option use corn tortillas but be sure to read ingredients throughly, most are a mix of corn and wheat)
- 1/4 ripe avocado
- Juice of half a small lemon
- 1 tablespoon of natural yoghurt
- Half a clove of finely minced garlic
- A large pinch of fresh chopped coriander
- Salt and pepper
- Optional : A little finely chopped spanish onion, tomato and dash of tabasco.
Pop a large frying pan on the stove and heat over a moderate flame. Add a little olive just to oil the pan. Do not pool oil, we’re not frying here, just toasting. Throw into a bowl all of your ingredients and toss well. Lay out two tortillas and divide the mixture evenly between the two. Place the remaining tortillas on top and pop one into pan, keeping an eye on it until it is golden brown. To turn it over, lay a dinner plate on top and flip it. Don’t be hesitant, or fluff about, just flip it quickly or you’ll mess it up and end up with bits of corn and capsicum all over the show. When it’s golden on the outside and the cheese is all melted on the inside and holding all the bits together – we’re good to go!
Repeat with remaining quesadilla. Slice into wedges and serve. Or, If you are packing the Quesadillas in a lunchbox, allow them to cool completely before putting the lid on your re-usable container.
For guacamole put your avocado and yoghurt into a bowl and mash until all squashed and yummy. Add garlic, coriander and lemon juice and stir well (add optional ingredients now also if you’re doing it). Season to taste and place on the side of your plate or in a re-usable container if it’s going in a lunchbox.