The Salvadoran Quesadilla is simple and easy to produce. It’s a fantastic recipe that you can learn to replicate and pass around the dinner table. Your friends are going to ask you to make it, and you’re going to keep the Salvadoran Quesadilla tradition going on.
Salvadoran cuisine is one of the most delicious foods in the food. Part of our magic is creating unique pastries. In El Salvador, we formally call cakes” pan dulce,” which literal translation is sweet bread.
Prepare your glassware with a coat of butter and flour to prevent ingredients from sticking.
Heat your oven at 350 degrees.
Cream the one 8oz stick of butter in a bowl and mix with 1 cup of sugar.
Mix the flour, milk, and eggs (and yogurt) with the bowl of sugar until it is smooth and has the following color.
Mix 1 cup of your cheese to the pan.
Add the ingredients to your glassware and sprinkle sesame seeds on top.
Place in oven and cook until the color is gold. It should take around forty-five minutes.
Quesadillas is very easy to prepare, and I’d love to know what your results are if you used the recipe. Let me know what you think and other variations of how you cook a Salvadoran Quesadilla.
This is the modern version of a traditional recipe. Share this recipe with your friends to keep our culture and traditions going. What other methods would you like to learn? Write down your thoughts in the comment section below.
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