This is a really cool fun, time consuming activity. I have been doing it while giving tech support/advice to friends and customers (for some reason my logic works better if I am not focusing directly on the conversation/issue).
Ok maybe that sounds gross and the use of the word ‘goodness’ in that manner is just annoying.
These Quesadillas are made in the traditional style but the twist is use of an Asian sauce.
So we’ll just call these guys “G Tso’adillas”.
This is something I make a lot, everyone ALWAYS loves it, even the assholes who claim they ‘have’ to have meat.
* One Large Frying Pan
* One Large Chopping Knife
* Chopping Board
* Plates & Utensils
* Hungry People
Required ingredients: (serves four)
* One Bottle of Iron Chef General Tso’s Spicy Glaze
* One Cup of finely chopped brocolli and carrots
* One Pack of Boca Chik’n Patties (Boca is better than Morning Star for these, Morning Star has a weird peppery taste that I don’t like)
* One Tablespoon of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
* 1/2 Cup of Water
* One Pack of Quesadilla shredded cheese or ‘Mexican’ mix shredded
* One Pack of Flour Quesadilla Tortillas
* One Package/Cup of Sour Cream
Heat the frying pan to med/high, make it sizzle.
Put in the tablespoon of Olive Oil, make it sizzle.
Remove the Boca Chicken Patties from the wrapper & place into pan, make it sizzle – cook until crispy with a soft center.
Place patties onto paper towel to drain excess oil.
Move patties to chopping board and chop into mesh pattern which will result in small 1/2 inch cubes.
Wash the pan out & place vegetables into pan with 1/2 cup of water, let it simmer for 10 mins.
Add chopped patties to vegetable mix in pan.
Stir in 1/2 bottle of General Tso’s Spicy Glaze until it completely coats patties & vegetables, but be careful and don’t add too much (dont’ be greedy) !!!
Put the Tso mixture from pan into a plate.
Wash the pan again and grab a quesadilla, add 1/4 of Tso mixture & 1/4 cup of shredded cheese.
Cook on both sides until slightly golden brown.
Put into plate an serve with a dollop of sour cream.
** This tastes really good with a crisp light beer
Original ‘meat’ Recipe was Given by a Friend from Fall in on top. The original version of the recipe used a box of fried chicken (Church’s Chicken) in place of the Boca Patties.