Having returned from Singapore with more baggage than I left with (and I'm not talking about the check in kind), largely because I ate my way through as much food as possible in the two weeks...I am now contrite...time to pay up. But then, I did tell you I was getting on a healthy kick...I have been drinking more water than any bladder should legally hold, trying to cut carbs, and stick to high protein...this was fairly light as a meal, and certainly delicious. The double bonus was that is was quick and pretty well a self assembly job. I lined everything up on the bench and let them at it. To make it slimmer, leave the grated cheese out, though it does help stick everything together! 'O'-le!!
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- 1 Handful coriander (cilantro)
- 1 Handful oregano
- 120 - 130 Grams parmesan, cubed
- 120 - 130 Grams cheddar cheese, cubed
- 140 Grams chorizo sausage chopped in large pieces
- 1/2 red onion
- 2 - 3 cloves of garlic
- A few spring onions or shallots
- 3 cherry tomatoes per quesadilla, halved
- 1 green capsicum/pepper, diced
- 1 - 2 avocados
- 1 ear of corn, kernels cut off
- 200 Grams crumbled feta
- 8 - 10 large tortilla wraps (I used 1/2 spinach and 1/2 sundried tomato wraps)
- Olive oil as needed for frying
Place coriander and oregano into Thermomix bowl and chop for 3-4 seconds on speed 7. Set aside.
Place cheeses into Thermomix bowl and grate for 10 seconds on speed 7. Set aside.
Place sausage, onion and garlic into Thermomix bowl and chop for 5 seconds on speed 6. Cook for 5 minutes at Varoma temperature on speed soft.
Prepare remaining toppings and set aside.
Lay out each wrap and top with grated cheese, sausage mixture, herbs, and a little of each of the other toppings finishing with the feta and a small amount of the grated cheese. Top with another wrap of choice.
Meanwhile heat a large fry pan on Induction 6 for around 6-7 minutes.The pan should not be smoking, but fully heated.
Drizzle with a little olive oil and place the quesadilla into the pan, cover and cook for around 2-3 minutes, turn over carefully and repeat.
Slice into quarters and serve with fresh lime wedges and additional coriander leaves. You could add a dish of sour cream and fresh sliced red chillies to serve if desired.