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Pizzadillas

Pizzadillas

Posted by Anthony on January 10, 2019 in Entree, Pizza


Serves: 1

Time: 30 min

Difficulty: Easy

A few weeks ago, I was in the mood for pizza, but also for quesadillas. So I thought I’d marry the two together to form one delicious concoction: Pizzadillas! They a lot like a calzone, just in a tortilla, and are pretty simple and straightforward to make, requiring just a bit of oven time in a couple steps of the process. But you can make them with whatever you like on your pizza, making them easy to personalize. The end result has been nothing short of extraordinary, and has quickly become a lunchtime favorite of my wife and me. If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your pizza, look no further and give this a shot. You’ll be glad you did!

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Mexican Rice Enchiladas

Mexican Rice Enchiladas

Posted by Anthony on March 1, 2017 in Entree


Serves: 4

Time: 20 min (active), 45 min (inactive)

Difficulty: Easy

My wife found a recipe for no-roll chicken enchiladas a while back after having it at a friend’s house, and passed it along as a potential dish for us to try. With a little modification, I came up with the following recipe, which is a ridiculously flavorful and filling Mexican meal worthy of making again. And while it takes a bit of time to finish (mostly inactive bake time), the result is well worth it.
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Quinoa Quesadillas

Quinoa Quesadillas

Posted by Anthony on April 30, 2015 in Entree


Serves: 4

Time: 30 min

Difficulty: Easy

A few days ago, some of my coworkers and I were talking about food, and we somehow got on the topic of “Foods that start with Q”. After mentioning a few Q foods, I half-jokingly mentioned that I should make Quinoa Quesadillas — a nice double-Q food dish. Well, one of my coworkers took that seriously, and challenged me to make them by the next time I saw him. Not being one to back away from a culinary challenge, I decided to give it a shot. After all, this also provided me the opportunity to chalk up another new recipe for my 50 in 15 Challenge.

At first, I wanted to make Quinoa Tortillas for the quesadillas, but after discovering the ridiculously high price tag on Quinoa Flour, I decided that I’d just use regular whole-wheat tortillas, and make some Mexican Quinoa to use as part of the filling of the quesadillas. In the end, I was very happy with my creation of Quinoa Quesadillas, and I think my coworker will be pleasantly surprised with my efforts.

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Homemade Breakfast Crunchwrap

Homemade Breakfast Crunchwrap

Posted by Anthony on April 1, 2015 in Breakfast


Serves: 4

Time: 30-40 min

Difficulty: Medium

The other night, my wife and I decided to have breakfast for dinner. And truthfully, ever since Taco Bell came out with their A.M. Crunchwrap, my wife has been wanting to try one. However, I’m vehemently opposed to most fast food, especially when it comes to breakfast options. As such, I agreed to try my hand at making a homemade breakfast crunchwrap for us, where I could be sure the ingredients were healthy and legitimate. No fake eggs, no questionable “meat”, and no doubt as to the cleanliness and quality of the kitchen and food prep. While making a homemade breakfast crunchwrap was definitely a more time-intensive endeavor than getting one at the drive-thru, the end result was definitely worth it. And as it turns out, it made for a perfect addition to my 50 in 15 Challenge.

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Wet Burrito with Spanish Rice

Wet Burrito with Spanish Rice

Posted by Anthony on February 3, 2015 in Entree


Serves: 4

Time: 45 min

Difficulty: Easy

A few days ago, my wife suggested I make Wet Burritos for dinner some time, which is one of her childhood comfort foods. She filled me in on the typical fillings and toppings that she preferred and left the rest to me. I decided to make some homemade Spanish Rice for part of the filling, as well as a side. And since I have actually never made homemade Spanish Rice or Wet Burritos, this dish also qualified for another recipe for my 50 in 15 Challenge.

The result was absolutely delicious — a true Mexican-inspired comfort food that will be added to my culinary repertoire of go-to recipes!

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