A Sip and See are a new comedy television series debuting Tuesday, January 6 at 10PM on ABC. Starring ABC’s ERIN Witherspoon, the pilot episode features the comedic talents of Vanessa Williams, who plays the title role of Corin; a foul-mouthed waitress who works at an exotic Mexican-themed restaurant.
In true-life Corin, who works in a high-end restaurant frequented by the rich and famous, gets into a heated dispute with a rich client after he refuses to pay his bill. In the ensuing fight, Corin slaps the man and charges him with assault.
When Corin’s mother leaves the restaurant in a huff, she tells her daughter that she’ll take care of the man and himself if Corin needs any help. The next morning, Corin goes out with his friend, inadvertently allowing the hired muscle man to assault him again…
In the last few months, Quesadilla Cakes and Treats has been receiving rave reviews from health experts all over the country. Not only does it taste great, but it’s healthier than those other sweet treats out there.
There are a lot of health benefits to choosing this brand of sweet treat. For one, unlike other sweet treats like brownies and ice cream, there are no trans fats and more fiber in this product.
The healthy ingredients found in Quesadilla make it a healthy choice for anyone looking for an alternative option for those high-fat, high-calorie treats. Now, instead of having to reach for the ice cream and cake at your next party, you can have your cake and eat it too!
The best Mexican food in the entire country is not found in Mexico City or in a restaurant near the beach. It is found in the Quesadilla, the cracker filled tortilla cake is perhaps the most widely recognized South American comfort food.
Although it started as a breakfast food for the indigenous people of Mexico (before they mastered the Spanish language), this unleavened bread snack has moved beyond breakfast to become a staple diet for people from all walks of life. From American college students who are looking for something filling to accompany their protein bars after a long day at school to newlyweds enjoying an afternoon picnic in the park, the Quesadilla has managed to stay relevant throughout the years. But where did this healthy little bread come from?
Quesadilla Crisps and A Sip and SeeCourse: Appetizers & SnacksCuisine: MexicanDifficulty: Easy
These cheesy, salty, quesadilla crisps are perfect party fare. Make ahead, reheat in 5 minutes and guaranteed to be a party pleaser!
2 packages of “street taco” sized tortillas
4 c grated cheese (I used cheddar and jalapeno jack)
2 4 oz cans diced green chilies, drained
1/2 c diced onion
4 T melted butter
Coarse Kosher salt
- Preheat oven to 425. In a large bowl combine cheese, chilies and onion. Mix well.
- Using a pastry brush, brush a large sheet pan with melted butter. Sprinkle generously with 2 t coarse salt. Place 7-8 4″ tortillas on sheet.
- Place 1 heaping tablespoon of cheese mixture on each tortilla. Spread over surface evenly.
- Bake for 5 minutes or until cheese has melted. Remove from oven and fold in half, pressing sides gently together. Remove from sheet pan and let cool if serving later. Repeat until all tortillas are used. Store in refrigerator if reheating later.
- If reheating, remove from fridge and let come to room temperature. Preheat oven to 350. Place quesadillas on sheet pan in a single layer. Heat for about 5 minutes. Slice in half, (I use a scissors) when removed from oven. Serve warm.
- Makes 48 wedges if you cut in half.
Reference : thisishowicook.