American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A flour tortilla folded in half around a savory filling, as of cheese or beans, then fried or toasted.
- n. A Mexican dish made by filling a tortilla (corn or flour) with cheese, folding in half and toasting until the cheese is melted. Additional ingredients, such as meats (chicken or beef, commonly), or vegetables can be added. Often served with salsa, guacamole and/or sour cream.
- n. a tortilla that is filled with cheese and heated
- American Spanish, from Spanish, diminutive of quesada, type of cheesecake, from queso, cheese, from Old Spanish, from Latin cāseus. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A quesadilla is a quesadilla because it's usually made with soft "quesadilla" cheese, some of the toppings are folded inside (by the cook, instead of the eater), and the salsa is served on top.”
“Now, this isn't as cheap as your usual intern hangout: The signature Fahrenheit 5 (Malibu coconut rum, Grand Marnier, and pineapple and cranberry juices) will still cost $6.25, and a chicken quesadilla is $7.50.”
“Of course this basic quesadilla is easily jazzed up with all kinds of delicious fillings.”
“I can just barely tolerate it on their tacos thanks to the spice. mkim, I’ve been told the vegeterian quesadilla is great.”
“The quesadilla is a satisfying meal for one, the kind of thing I like to eat by myself when I've got no company other than cookbooks, which I read to plan future meals -- just as I first read about this dish over breakfast cereal.”
“The quesadilla is a satisfying meal for one, the kind of thing I like to eat by myself when I've got no company other than cookbooks, which I read to plan future meals--just as I first read about this dish over breakfast cereal.”
“A quesadilla is a tasty Mexican dish, but as it turns out it's also a handy metaphor for economics.”
“The only stuff that's bad for you that tasted good was the spinach dip at top (not amazing, but not bad at all) and the cheese quesadilla, which is pretty flipping hard to mess up.”
“My next problem was what kind of quesadilla to make?”
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