Grilled Steak Quesadillas Recipe
Summer is all about warmer weather, sunshine, and grilling. Here at our home, we try to eat grilled meals whenever possible in the summer months because it allows the kitchen to stay cooler. We are still living in our original home now which has no central air. With just 3 AC units, the kitchen area tends to heat up mega quickly, and retain heat! That is why meals like these Grilled Steak Quesadillas are ideal!
Quesadillas are one of them foods that can really vary in flavor. You can use many proteins like chicken, beef, beans or simply cheese. Four out of the five members in my family love grilled steak quesadillas, so I wanted to share with you how easy they are to prepare. –Especially now that I stumble across Pop & Cook products.
These frozen garlic, onion, and herb products can be found exclusively at Walmart in the frozen vegetable section. They come in little trays that are very easy to use.
Simply “pop” out each section of garlic, onion, or herbs you want to use and then cook.
One “pop” of garlic is equivalent to 1 clove.
You can easily add these frozen tiny cubes to a frying pan, or you can allow them to defrost at room temperature for a few minutes if you wants them softer for a marinade or spread.
Since I was marinading my steak, I allowed my garlic to thaw a little which made it easier to rub onto my steak.
I love to marinade my steaks for quesadillas with herbs and spices to get the most flavor out of cheaper steak cuts.
However, let me make it clear that I hate mincing things like garlic because it gets so time consuming and sticky.
The garlic peels seem to stick to everything and it takes forever to get my few cloves of garlic actually minced.
Thankfully Pop & Cook is so easy to use – just pop, and cook! Plus, they cost like $2 or less at Walmart which fits my budget!