Vegan quesadillas are super easy to prepare. Prepare vegan Queso Dip and add black beans, corn, tomatoes and olives and you get an incredibly aromatic Quesadilla.
This Mexican classic is a great quick dinner or lunch. Use corn tortillas for gluten-free quesadillas.
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I haven't eaten quesadillas since I became vegan. Before that, I loved the cheesy quesadillas.
And lately I've craved a lot of comfort foods and count such quesadillas as comfort meals.
If you eat a plant-based diet, you don't have to live without such dishes and you can easily prepare them without dairy.
In addition to tacos, enchiladas, burritos, and quesadillas are traditional Mexican dishes that you can easily prepare in vegan.
And they are very varied with different fillings and never get boring.
What do I need to make cheesy vegan quesadilla?
Here's what you need to prepare delicious vegan cheesy quesadillas. Below you will find the exact quantities.
Queso Cheese Dip Recipe
Black Olives, sliced
Jalapenos, pickled (opt)
Vegan Sour Cream
How do I make vegan quesadilla?
First prepare my vegan Queso Dip recipe.
Fry a tortilla on both sides in a pan until they turn slightly brown.
Now put the vegetables on one side of the tortilla and pour some vegan quesco over them. Now fold the other side over the filling. Press down the tortilla with a spatula and sauté it on one side for a few minutes and then on the other side and continue to press down with a spatula.
You repeat this with all tortillas.
What can I use for a vegan cheese?
I used my vegan Queso Dip. You can also use the Nacho Dip. Or buy and use vegan grated cheese. The Quesadilla gets more flavor with the Queso or Nacho Dip.
If you use corn tortillas, these quesadillas are gluten-free. We do not use grain in the filling.
Make it in advance
You can prepare the cheese 1-2 days beforehand. And then you only have to assemble the vegan quesadillas prior to cooking.
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