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A quesadilla (; Spanish: [kesaˈðiʝa] (listen)) is a Mexican dish and type of taco, consisting of a tortilla that is filled primarily with cheese, and sometimes meats and spices, and then cooked on a griddle. Traditionally, a corn tortilla is used, but it can also be made with a flour tortilla, particularly in northern Mexico and the United States.
A full quesadilla is made with two tortillas that hold a layer of cheese between them. A half is a single tortilla that has been filled with cheese and folded into a half-moon shape. A quick version of the quesadilla, the cheese tortilla, is microwaved and often served to children.
Onion and Garlic Breakfast Quesadillas:
1) Eggs - 3
2) Bacon - 4 Slices
3) Garlic - 1/8 to 1/4 Cup
4) Onion - 1/4 to 1/2 Cup
5) Sun Dried Tomatoes (Julienne Cut) - 1/4 Cup
6) Sun Dried Tomato Oil - as required
7) Spinach (Baby) - 1/4 to 1/2 Cup
8) Half N Half - 1/8 Cup