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To get started with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have roasted veggie & balsamic steak quesadillas using 11 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Roasted Veggie & Balsamic Steak Quesadillas:
- Prepare 2 each Steak (i.e. ribeye, sirloin, petite sirloin)
- Take 1 as needed Yellow squash
- Make ready 1 as needed Zucchini
- Get 1 as needed Red Bell Pepper
- Prepare 1 bunch Mushrooms (sliced)
- Make ready 1/4 Red Onion (thinly sliced)
- Get 1 as needed Goat cheese
- Prepare 3 as needed Tortillas (burrito size)
- Make ready 1 as needed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Get 1 as needed Salt & Pepper (all is better with fresh ground pepper/kosher or sea salt! :)
- Prepare 2 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
Drizzle over vegetables; toss to coat. No matter the veggie or the quantity, roasted vegetables are quick to cook and are quickly devoured by everyone at the table. Plus, this easy, yet impressive cooking method can easily feed a crowd or just a couple. It's about TIME we had some roasted vegetables around these parts 😉 December has been filled with way too much sugar (yes, I will finally admit that is a thing), and I still have a few cookie recipes to share before the year is through.
Steps to make Roasted Veggie & Balsamic Steak Quesadillas:
- Take steaks out of fridge (to get to room temp for even cooking.). Coat each side of steak with a hefty pinch or two of salt & pepper. Drizzle each side with 1-2 tbsp of balsamic vinegar. Set aside. - - Preheat oven to 425*. Line two baking sheets with foil. - - Slice veggies into 1/2" thick slices/strips. Spread out evenly on baking sheets and drizzle olive oil over top. Sprinkle decent amount of salt & pepper over top. Toss veggies around to coat. Place both baking sheets in oven for 20min. - - Meanwhile get your pan very hot, med-high heat (I use a cast iron skillet till it's about smoking). Coat the resting steak with olive oil on each side and place in pan. Cook till desired doneness. Remove from pan to plate, tent with foil and let rest for 5-10 minutes. Slice into strips across the grain. - - In same pan, now on med-low, and add a small amount of butter. Lay tortilla in pan and on 1/2 of it layer some of the veggies, steak strips and goat cheese crumbles. Flip untouched side of t
Plus, this easy, yet impressive cooking method can easily feed a crowd or just a couple. It's about TIME we had some roasted vegetables around these parts 😉 December has been filled with way too much sugar (yes, I will finally admit that is a thing), and I still have a few cookie recipes to share before the year is through. Toast some bread, spread with goat cheese, and add roasted veggies. For a little flair, drizzle with balsamic glaze. Roasted vegetables are perfect for dinner parties or holiday meals like Thanksgiving or Christmas.
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