These Sun-Dried Tomato Quesadillas are packed with white beans and broccoli and come together in just 30 minutes! They’re easy to make and great for lunch or dinner.
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Who else loves quesadillas?! They’re great because they’re easy to make and don’t require too many ingredients. We always have tortillas and cheese in the refrigerator so we whip them up a lot. Today I’m sharing a new and exciting quesadilla recipe that I think you are going to love. These Sun-Dried Tomato Quesadillas with White Beans and Broccoli taste a lot like pizza but they’re healthier!
Ok, the filling for these quesadillas might not look the prettiest but I promise that it’s super tasty! I’ve recently starting cooking with sun-dried tomatoes more and they add so much flavor to your dishes.
Sun-Dried Tomato Quesadilla Recipe Ingredients
- Sun-Dried Tomatoes – I like to use the sun-dried tomatoes that are packed in oil because I think they have so much more flavor than the dry packaged ones. However, I do like to drain the oil and give them a little rinse so they don’t add too much extra oil to the recipe.
- White Beans – I used white beans because they are mild in flavor and I feel like they go well with the tomato and broccoli. You could use another type of bean if you like though.
- Broccoli – I steamed a handful of fresh broccoli florets but frozen broccoli that has been thawed would work great too.
- Cheese – You can use either dairy cheese or vegan cheese. I used a mixture of mozzarella and Monterey Jack cheese.
- Tortillas – Any kind of tortillas will work!
TIPS FOR MAKING THE PERFECT QUESADILLA
Quesadilla are really easy to make and hard to mess up, but I do have a few tips to make the perfect sun-dried tomato quesadilla!
- Don’t overfill your quesadilla – I feel like a super thick quesadilla is more like a burrito. When making a quesadilla that has more than just cheese in it, I like to go light on the additional filling and a little heavier on the cheese.
- Cook your quesadilla over low-medium heat – I’ve found that if your pan is too hot your quesadilla will brown quickly on the outside but won’t be done on the inside. You want the cheese to be completely melted by the time the outside is browned.
- Cook your quesadilla in butter – This is just a personal preference but I find that cooking the quesadilla in butter, rather than oil, gives it so much more flavor and makes the outside crisp up really nicely.