These delicious Breakfast Quesadillas are perfect! Serve these protein-rich, cheesy, and flavored sandwiches for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. They are filled with scrambled eggs, beans, and aromatic herbs.
Making these Breakfast Quesadillas is easy, convenient, and fast. The ingredients are always available in the kitchen. You can prepare these savory sandwiches for a busy weekday dinner or an afternoon brunch. They are also perfect for baby showers, Easter brunch, Christmas breakfast, or busy on-the-go kinds of mornings!
They have an appealing look, which can be desirable and appetizing for both children and adults. You can simply swap the beans or cilantro with your favorite ingredients.
The first step is preparing the eggs. For that, in a bowl, whisk the eggs with your favorite hot sauce and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Whisk until they are thoroughly combined and incorporated; once blended, add the beans and set aside.
To cook the eggs, melt the Sour Butter in a medium-sized skillet over medium heat. Once it is bubbling, pour in the egg and beans mixture—cook for 3 minutes. Stir constantly until the eggs are set. Transfer the mixture to a bowl. Stir in the green onion, cilantro, and jalapeno.
It is time to cook the Quesadillas. Choose a large skillet, warm the tortillas over medium heat. Flip them occasionally. Once the tortilla is warm, sprinkle some of the cheese mixtures over one-half of the tortilla. Top that with your scrambled eggs. Spread some cheese over it. Press the empty half of the tortilla over the toppings. Let it cook for about 3 minutes, or until it looks golden and crispy with bubbly melted cheese. Then flip it and let the other side cook. If it is necessary, reduce the heat to low.
Do the same for other tortillas. Remove the cooked quesadilla from the heat and transfer it immediately to a cutting board. Let it cool for a minute, and then use a sharp knife to cut it into two slices.
Serve the Quesadillas on your plate, sided with Roasted Vegetables and your favorite salsa or hot sauce.
You can add cooked sausage or bacon to the scrambled egg mixture to bring the best out of it.