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Campfire Quesadillas

Campfire Quesadillas

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Ingredients

  • 2 - 8 oz chicken breasts
  • Tostitos salsa con queso - 1 jar
  • Black beans (rinsed and drained) - 1 can
  • 1 cup - shredded Mexican blend cheese
  • Tin foil

Love to go trail riding but miss the comforts of cooking meals in your kitchen?  You can just as easily make fantastic quesadillas on a grill or campfire if you are out on the trail! Precook the meat, and pack your favorite ingredients and toppings. All you need is some foil and if you’re using a campfire, a grate. The trick is to use one tortilla, pile on your ingredients, fold it almost like a burrito, and wrap it in foil. Then stick the foil packet on the grate, and let the it cook until the cheese is melty and the tortilla slightly crisp. My favorite part is that you get beautiful grill marks through the foil—you won’t get that in a skillet at home! 

Have we left you wanting more yumminess? Try this S'mores Quesadilla recipe!


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