|Sauteed Apples and Brie Quesadilla|
|Pack Square Brie|
|Apples in Asheville, NC|
|Baby R prefers NC apples!|
If you have some local apples, or if you have the apples from your favorite grocery store ... the following recipe will work just fine!
Sliced Brie (about 3 to 4 slices per quesadilla)
Thinly sliced apples (1 apple for 3 to 4 quesadillas)
A little bit of butter
A little bit of brown sugar
1. Gently saute the thinly sliced apples in a little bit of butter until the apples are very tender. Depending on the apples that you use, you might want to add in a little bit of brown sugar - about a teaspoon or so.
|Sauteed Apples with Butter and Brown Sugar|
2. Remove the apples from the pan and put in one corn tortilla. Layer a few slices of cheese on the corn tortilla and top with apples. I used a combination of brie and gouda.
|Brie-Like Cheese and Gouda|
3. Cover the apples and cheese with another corn tortilla. Press together with a spatula and cook over medium heat until the cheese has melted both tortillas together. Flip the quesadilla and cook for a few minutes on the other side.
4. Enjoy! I like to cut up our quesadillas with my kitchen shears to make them more kid-friendly for little hands.
Gluten-free or not ... We make grilled cheese quesadillas around here because they are naturally gluten-free when made with corn tortillas but this can easily be made with bread as well... gluten free or not! For this sandwich, I used muenster cheese and sauteed pink lady apples. Our favorite gluten-free bread is from Udi's - check out your grocery store and see if they carry it. Delicious!
|Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Sauteed Apples|