If you're bored of plain old cheese quesadillas, this spicy shrimp quesadilla recipe with onions, pepper, garlic, and cheese is sure to pique your interest.
To make this recipe, the only equipment you will need is a flat skillet pan and a 10-inch tortilla press if you want to make your own tortillas instead of buying them (here's a guide on how to make tortillas).
Shrimp quesadillas are one of the healthiest options for those craving for Mexican food. It has less fat than pork or beef, and they always go down well at a cookout or picnic.
You will only need to try this recipe once before you realize this is one of the tastiest, yet simple shrimp quesadilla recipes you will find.
8 5 minutes 10 minutes
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How to make Shrimp Quesadillas for parties
It is easy to prepare shrimp quesadillas for a family party or cookout. Just make up a batch ahead of time.
Double or triple the ingredients listed above, depending on how many people you are cooking for. Once you have prepared and toasted the shrimp quesadillas, leave them to cool on a wire rack and then wrap in aluminum foil and store in the refrigerator.
Shrimp quesadillas will be good for 2-3 days in the fridge and should be transported in a cool box if possible to prevent them from warming up before you're ready to reheat them.
How to reheat Shrimp Quesadillas
To reheat your Shrimp Quesadillas:
- Toast them for another couple of minutes on both sides until the cheese in the filling melts again, and the outside of the tortilla is crispy.
- You can use a skillet or pan as before, or even place them over low heat on the grill, wrapped in their original foil.
- When reheating shrimp quesadillas, always make sure the shrimp is heated through properly to avoid the risk of food poisoning.
Shimp Quesadillas Takeaways
No matter how you decide to serve this recipe up, you are sure to impress your friends and family of all ages and this recipe will leave you looking for more ways to up your quesadilla game!
Check out this recipe for Vegan Quesadillas if you want to try another unusual take on Quesadillas!
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