These Greek veggie quesadillas are a healthy, family-friendly recipe. Topped with tzatziki sauce, they’ve become one of my go-to easy meals.
I’m obsessed with these quesadillas.
I don’t know about you, but when I find a recipe that I really love, I tend to make it over and over again until my husband finally begs me to make something else. And then I just start making it for myself at lunch ;).
If you’ve made other veggie quesadillas before, the process is the same, just with different ingredients.
For these healthy Greek veggie quesadillas you’ll need:
Of course, you can also use any other vegetables that you have lying around in the fridge. I think fresh tomatoes and cucumbers would be really good and stick with the Greek theme.
You can also sub in white beans instead of chickpeas.
Ever go to flip quesadillas and have the filling go everywhere? Or maybe it’s just me.
As I’m not great at flipping quesadillas, I cheat by using just one tortilla.
To do this, place your tortilla on the prepared skillet. Next, sprinkle mozarella all over the tortilla, then place a few scoops of filling over just half of the tortilla.
Once the cheese is bubbling and the bottom of the tortilla is a golden brown, fold the cheese-only half of the tortilla over the filling and press down to seal.
Remove from the stove, cut into 3 or 4 pieces and enjoy!
I included a recipe for tzatziki dipping sauce, but that part is optional.
I personally love it as it’s so cool and refreshing, but it does make this recipe a bit more involved.
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These look like such a flavor bomb! Yum!
There’s definitely a lot of flavor going on! Thanks Tara 🙂
These look so yummy. Pinned!
Thanks Mona! Hope you give them a try 🙂