Yield: Yields 8 quesadillas
This is a great, simple appetizer or light supper that uses strips of roasted poblanos also known as rajas.
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Distribute the cheese, ham, and poblano strips equally over one half of each of the flour tortillas. Fold the tortillas in half. In a 10-inch skillet, heat 1 tsp. of the butter over medium heat. When the butter starts to bubble, add two of the folded tortillas and toast until the cheese melts and the tortilla is crisp, 2 to 3 min., flipping halfway through. Repeat with the remaining butter and quesadillas. Serve piping hot.
Idea: Roasted poblano or Anaheim strips, called rajas, taste great in a melted cheese snack—just combine the chiles and Monterey Jack or mozzarella in a small ovenproof dish and set under the broiler until the cheese bubbles. Serve on crusty bread or tortillas.
Yummy recipe!!! Just a suggestion, if you want to make it a bit more high-end for guests, use instead jamon iberico de bellota - aka pata negra or black hoof-. Iberico has a strong and delicious flavor,I buy mine from BuyJamon.comBuyJamon.com the market place for iberico ham.
very tasty- would do again.
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