Quesadillas (but we desi so its a lil different, but not really)

Friday, December 23, 2016,

If you're looking for a quick fix, read ahead for a very badly written recipe (because let's be honest, I (Sarah) get sidetracked really easily) + I made the quesadillas with a side of spicy wedges.

First of all, I would like to thank God ofc.

Second of all, I would like to thank my homegirl Naomi for introducing me to this lit *censor* recipe for quesadillas. God bless you Naomi, God bless.

Basically I (Sarah, because Sanna edits videos and Sarah bakes/cooks) felt like procrastinating on my college work so I decided that I might volunteer to make lunch (I'm such a good person).
And soooo, I ended up making quesadillas (which @apaali still can't pronounce *slaps knee*) Quesadillas are very easy to make tbh.
OH AND this tastes good cold and warm- so you can take it out for picnics and stuff (if the weather in your country doesn't hate you because the British weather most definitely hates us lmao).

Okay I'm about to start the recipe now.
buckle up.


(lol what am i doing????)


Spicy Potato Wedges 

  • Potatoes (1 medium sized potato per person)
  • Salt (to sprinkle)
  • Black pepper (to sprinkle)
  • Oregano (to sprinkle)
  • Chaat Masala (if you don't know know what that is, I'm sorry but you haven't lived + also to sprinkle) 
  • Oil (for the baking tray) 
  • Spray oil 


  • Wraps (1 per person + any kind of wrap would suffice) 
  • Cheese (you need enough to bind the wrap to the rest of the ingredients + add more if preferred) 
  • JalapeƱos (cut into fairly small pieces (not so small that it looks like mush) 
  • Sun-dried tomatoes (cut into strips) 
  • Peppers (also known as capsicum to my Pakistani peeps) (I like to use fresh because we like the crunch) 
  • Pre-cooked flavoured chicken (optional)


Spicy Potato Wedges
  1. Pre-heat the oven at 200°C
  2. Line the baking tray with a oil so the potatoes don't stick 
  3. Choose your potatoes wisely + wash them 
  4. Cut them so they look like wedges (it's okay if they don't, no one is judging you *cough* @aaliisarah *cough* 
  5. Spread them across the baking tray and sprinkle them with the spices + spray with oil spray
  6. Put them in the oven for 15-25 mins (depending on the size of the wedges and your oven) 
  7. Once ready, serve with the quesadillas 

  1. Grab the biggest pan you can find (one to fit the wrap) 
  2. Turn the stove on (low heat please we don't want to burn our food!)
  3. Place the wrap on the pan, wait 5-10 seconds and flip it 
  4. Sprinkle a layer of cheese on half of the wrap (refer to the video if confused) 
  5. Place the rest of the ingredients on the same half and then coat it with another layer of cheese 
  6. Fold the plain end of the wrap atop the rest and flip the wrap 
  7. Brown both sides of the wrap (we like it a lil crispy) 
  8. Once both sides are done, remove from stove and cut into four parts. 
  9. Serve hot or cold (they taste good either way) with a side of spicy potato wedges 

I know I know you're probably still confused as to how you make them but independence is key in life, and hopefully you can figure out how to make them... I'm so sorry :'( 

But anyhooooo, we hope you enjoyed that. I deeply apologise if you didn't, DM me at @aaliisarah if you didn't but don't forget to hit the follow button while you're at it ;) 

that's it for today/tonight (depending on when you read this)

Byeeeee, love y'all.

- Sarah (@aaliisarah)
(1/2 aaliilogue)
(1/2 human 1/2 losing the will to live)
(I need to stop)

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