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Nice and easy! I've been making quesadillas for years and it never occurred to me to bake them (slow learner!). I threw the beans and salsa in the food processor and added some seasoning to them. I found that baking the quesadillas at 400 for 15 minutes gave them the crispiness I was looking for. Thanks!
These were great! I halved the recipe (which I shouldn't have). If you warm the beans a bit, they are very easy to mash. I added the salsa to taste, plus added chili powder. To make these crispier, bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes. They were a hit with everyone in the family.
Very good and EXTREMELY easy and FAST to put together! I didn't mash the beans (prefer them whole), added the salsa (medium-hot) to them and also added half a packet of Sazon Goya for a hit of flavour. Followed other's advise about baking at 400F to crisp them up. Fabulous! Thanks for the recipe!
added cumin and chili powder to the beans, used a frozen onion/bell pepper blend, finished it off with lime juice, and popped it in the toaster oven for 10 minutes at 350. serve with salsa. the filling makes great leftovers for a quick and easy meal throughout the week. great vegetarian alternative.
These were pretty good. I used refried black beans instead of mashing up canned ones and eye-balled everything instead of measuring. I also added chopped tomato and sprinkled on a few broken up tortilla chips. My only complaint is that the tortillas stayed rather soft. Good snack/appetizer.
great recipe!! made this for a huge party i was having and i am vegetarian...i made these and added spinach to them...it was great...even my meat eating friends and husband liked them. I also did a version for the party where I added cooked, cubed chicken to the recipe. Those were also really good... Served them with homemade salsa and sour cream...everyone loved them...
Easy, cheap, and fast! I used spinach & roasted garlic tortillas, and added taco seasoning to the black beans and salsa, as another reviewer suggested. I also used low-fat sour cream and cheese. Very satisfying! Thanks for the recipe! This is definitely a keeper.
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