*Apologies for the terrible lighting in my kitchen.
First I picked out some yummy fresh summer veggies - sweet mini peppers, zucchini, corn, and onion (not pictured, but essential in a lot of what I cook).
I sauteed up the onion, zucchini, and pepper, adding in that order and making sure the zucchini had enough time to soften and get a little browned.
Meanwhile, I dunked the corn in boiling water for a minute or so, then shaved off the kernels, which is always fun.
Added the corn...
...and some cayenne, to give it more warmth and flavor.
CHEESE. Plenty of cheese to melt it all together.
I used about half my veggies for one tortilla and spread the cheese on both sides so it'll stick together. Then I let the tortilla get crispy (the filling was already hot).
Finally, some fresh avocado to top it off.
And voila! I gotta say, these were some of the best quesadillas I've ever made, or eaten. They were also super easy to make, as you basically just chop up each ingredient while the previous one is cooking away in the pan. Let me know if you try it how it turns out, and also what your favorite quesadilla filling is!