Mexican Quesadilla

I tried something new! Some Mexican food and it was really good.

For 3 quesadillas you’ll need:

  • 6 wraps
  • 500 gr of minced beef/pork/chicken (whatever you prefer!)
  • A red pepper
  • An onion
  • Salad
  • Old grated cheede (I used a mix of emmental, cheddar and grimbergen
  • Olive oil/butter

Bake the minced meat and pour the fat out. Add some spices: paprika powder, cumin, pili pili, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper. Cut the pepper and the onion in pieces and add it to the meat. Put a little bit of olive oil in a pan and put a wrap in it. Add a third of the meat/pepper mix and press well with a spoon so it becomes relatively flat. Add some salad on top of it and finally the cheese. Put another wrap on it and press well with your hand. Use a spatula to see if the wrap grills/becomes a little brown and crunchy. If it is, put a plate on your pan, hold it thightly and turn it around. Now let the quesadilla slide again into the pan so the other wrap can bake too.

You can make a salad or some potatoes in the oven as a side dish. How to eat this in an easy way? Cut it in eight like a cake and eat with your hands :-)

Home made Summer drink

It’s been some time since I’ve posted anything, for about 8 months. Last month I started thinking about this blog and really wanted to write something again. It ain’t gonna be big nor amazing.

Just simple.

And easy!

Last year I tried different iced tea recipes, some were better than others but yesterday I tried an easy peasy one.

I used simple Lipton green tea citrus bags (5 bags for 1 liter). Add honey to the hot water. Squeeze an orange and for about half of a lemon. If too acid, add more honey.

Let it cool down in the fridge. When served, add some ice and a sprig of mint.

And it’s ready.. Already!

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I even took it to work the next day!