Do you have random amounts of left overs from the holidays? We do and the random odds and ends can be annoying. Last year we discovered the PERFECT way to remedy this situation… Stuffing Quesadillas.
First I have to say that I LOVE STUFFING. My entire life I thought it was gross and I think that’s because it was always a boxed brand that required chicken broth. I no longer have such ill feelings towards this holiday treat. During Thanksgiving I made stuffing from scratch and it was yummy, however the best stuffing ever comes from a bag. I am referencing the cranberry stuffing from Wholefoods. I don’t know what it is about this stuff but HOT DANG… its so good.
For Christmas I prepared a 4 course meal. We did not eat this meal though. Late Monday evening we were asked to join friends for Indian food and Jewish shenanigans. We took the offer and put all of the food in the fridge. I was okay with this choice because I did’t put a ton of effort into dinner.
One of the dishes I had prepared for us to eat was the 365 stuffing. I did not use all of the recommended butter and I added Seitan strips to the mixture. The directions on the bag call for the mixture to soak in butter and water. During this process I placed the seitan in the pot so that it would also soak up the flavors.
I took pictures of the finished product however they were accidentally deleted. You must trust that these are delicious!
Leftover Stuffing Quesadilla
- 2 tortillas (if you are trying to watch your diet I recommend 1 “roll up” for 90 calories)
- 1/3 c of part skim mozzarella OR brie if available *Ideally you just use whatever cheese you have leftover, however these two compliment the stuffing well
- Leftover gravy (we made cremini mushroom gravy)
1. Spray non stick pan with organic PAM or butter lightly.
2. Heat pan on medium heat and place assembled quesadilla into pan.
3. Brown both sides of tortilla until crispy.
4. Re-heat gravy while quesadilla cookies
5. Remove tortillas, cut into forths and serve with gravy.
Now that those leftovers have been eatten, clean out the fridge and cleanse yourself of all of the holiday treats (that’s what I am trying to do!).