Salvadorian Quesadia #hercules2016


Introduction: Salvadorian Quesadia #hercules2016

hello, today i will be sharing a recipe for salvadorian quesadia. this is not the tortilla and cheese quesadia which most people know , but instead this is a sweet bread kind that I love to eat. my mom usually makes these and i would like to share on how to make it.

Step 1: Ingredients

to make this you will need the following :

1. flour ( any kind )

2. eggs

3. butter

4. sugar

5. milk

6. sesame seeds

7. baking pan ( any size that you have )

8. medium size bowl

9. cooking spray

10. parmesan cheese

Step 2: Preparing

first you will need a dry medium size bowl. In the bowl you place the flour, eggs, milk, melted butter, parmesan cheese and sugar. blend all ingredients together also make sure there are no lumps and blend until you get a thick consistence.

Step 3: Pouring

once the mixture is a good consistency you can start pouring it into a pan. but before you pour it make sure you grease the pan with any kind of cooking spray that you have.

Step 4: Cooking

once you sprayed the pan with cooking spray and poured in the mixture you will want to preheat the oven to 350 degree F. once the oven is done and its heated you will now place the pan with the mixture in the oven for 45 minutes.

Step 5: Finishing Details

after 25 minutes passed by add the sesame seeds on top of the quesadia before it bakes. check until it gets a golden brown and stick a fork or a tooth pick in the middle of the bread to make sure it is done cooking and keep an eye on it so it doesn't burn.

Step 6: Finish

now once it is done cooking let it stand out to cool down until your able to take it out of the pan. after that you are done and you can now enjoy the amazing taste of a salvadorian quesadia.



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    This looks very tasty! They're don't seem to be amounts for the ingredient list though. Otherwise, I'm looking forward to trying this.