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Hey, how you all doing? This is “Cooking with Dave” once again. I’m Dave. I am the world’s greatest chef. I know that I am because it says so right here on my apron.
Anyway, today I’m making myself with somebody and a couple had asked if I’m going to make some Mexican food, some traditional Mexican food. I said, “Sure.” One at least some guacamole and some chicken ribs. So we’re going to do some fat chicken Quesadillas.
I fried me some breast. Now, just in case the glow skin with this chicken breast just tries to the Dave style. You know how we fry them Dave style on the last, fried chicken video and you’ll know don’t. It’s good stuff. We’re going to cut them up and cube them up, put them in a tortillas shell. Put some cheese and some onions or pepper or salt and then put them on top of this is guacamole. This one is very, very good with tomatoes. We’ll show how you to put it again.
Okay, first thing we got to do we’ll just make our guacamole. So the first thing we’ll make guacamole and we’ve got to clean our avocados. We just take out avocado, cut that bad boy in half. Well, this looks much better. That’s the way our avocado looked. Let’s clean up the inside out of peeling here. Let’s put down it to our bowl. You see how we did that just to scrape that out the peel in and just put it into the bowl.
Well, after all that I now have one avocado which is kind of to drain. You do it over like this with just too ripe. This is one here is almost too ripe but I don’t know. I want to go maybe this one for here to make a little guacamole. You didn’t need the whole lot of guacamole for at least of this and this should be alright.
So, this mass of avocado, peel it but if you’re ready to peel it and then just mashing up with a fork if you can and just start adding our stuff. What we do is to take a little bit of green onion and throw it on there. A little bit of red and just chopped and mince up or then throw just a little bit of the fruit, mix that up in there, okay.
Then move on to maybe pinches of salt, mix that one there and just a black pepper and you do this taste, just to whatever you think tastes good, black pepper or salt, onion, red onion, a bit of chili peppers whatever you feel like you want to put in that you could put in there for your guacamole. That’s way we’re going to mix up with that now, we’ll take a little bit of lime juice, lemon juice something of a little citrus in it and this is just enough to give a little flavor and that is guacamole which I have a little more avocados. I don’t have to like have more guacamole in there but it will be okay.
Alright, we are cooking chicken Quesadillas. What I want to do is put a little butter on a baking dish, take water or baking dish since you have you didn’t have to put within that oven. Go ahead and preheat your oven at 350. Wipe your panel with something, put a small oil or something so your tortilla won’t stick and put a couple down there on your pan like that, okay.
Then, we’ll take some cheese, just put a little cheese right in the middle and kind of make go round track, keep it off the pan if you can but just a thin there of cheese and chicken on there. You come down into chicken, fried chicken that is cut out to pieces, some regular Dave fried chicken.
We’re going to spread this up and make a thin layer of it also, as thin as possible you know. That will be alright but if you want to, you stir fry your chicken with some onions or some vegetables and a few things and just to flavor those up and then right on that. Now, we’ll these a little bit of bacon now cooked that I made kind of crispy and I crumble a little wrap in little bits. We put some bacon throughout my kid’s dinner then we’ll take some red onion. We’ll put some red onion. I just chopped it the pieces one to bits. Then we’ll put some green onions.
Now, you could put whatever you want on your Quesadillas; if you like, it put it on there. You want with some bell peppers or green bell peppers or red bell peppers or whatever you like, carrots, halabenos, if you liked it stick it on this thing. I liked onions. I liked the green onions, red onions. I liked the cheese and the bacon and the chicken. It’s just about I liked so that’s about the only one that I liked.
Let’s take some first tomatoes, just to dice them up. Peel them and dice them up nice and small and I’m just going to put them right on top of that thing, like that make them round, try to make them thin layers. This thing could be a little thick. That’s alright. This will only we do, guacamole dip with sour cream action, maybe a salad.
Now, I’ll come back with some more cheese on top of this side to finish it off. We won’t try to make this thing as flat as we can. It will some of the bits are red and that I think the day off. And then we’ll put on right on top of that. And like I said, you can put whatever you like and you won’t face a deal and you want to make sure it will be good. Now, I want to put this on the oven at 350 degrees probably for about 15 to 20 minutes. We’ll take a look at it so it looks like.
It’s now in the oven for about 15 minutes. This one is going to make sure that it turned to brown. They are light brown actually then we’re done and men these things are going to get light enough again.
It’s hot. And there you have it chicken Quesadillas. Okay, there we have our chicken quesadillas. There’s only one full up serving with a little guacamole, maybe some sour cream where we dip these things and it will be wonderful.
You have a lot of making stuff some chicken Quesadillas. Now, this has been “Cooking with Dave” once again. I’m the world’s greatest chef. It says so right here on my apron. Alright, you all agree with it. Bye.