The Salvadoran quesadilla is a kind of bread made with various dairy products such as fresh or curd cheese (hence its name), which serve for the preparation of this fluffy and moist bread that besides being known as a dish, it is also a traditional dessert.
The quesadillas can be found in bakeries and in some places selling typical food. In some villages is also a tradition making quesadillas (for sale or consumption) on Sunday morning, so the recipe for quesadillas Salvadoran is popular.
- 1 stick margarine (also known as butter)
- 1/2 pound of flour
- 1/2 pound of rice flour
- 3 eggs
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup grated hard cheese
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1 cup cream (also known as cream)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- Sesame (also known as sesame for garnish)
Firstly must mix the flour and stir them well. Then proceed to beat eggs and sugar right there, cream, grated hard cheese, milk and mix the flour is added to the top.
A part in a pan, you should melt the margarine and agregársela to the above mixture. You also need a little margarine or butter to spread on the bottom of the cans or container where you hornearás, so quesadillas not stick when baking and take them out of the can.
Finally the mixture is poured into cans, add the sesame seeds on top and starts to bake at a temperature of 350 ° F for a period of approximately twenty five minutes.
In villages it is customary to use traditional ovens which are made from clay ovens heated with wood, which is then removed to remaining embers help cook quesadillas.
In our country a Salvadoran quesadilla costs between $ 1 and $ 2, but it is certainly a very delicious dessert that usually is accompanied with a cup of coffee.