The DoubleDilla is a catchy name, but not very creative on the food level, thus my impulse to make something obnoxiously large. So I created a doubled decker style quesadilla with not 2, but 4 times the amount of meat a normal human being should consume. If you’re concerned about your health, just split this between 4 people and it’s now a meal for 1 and completely defeats the purpose.
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Double Decker Steak QuadrupaDilla
2000 Calories Per Thingy
Prep: 2 min Grill: 10 min
• 2 Lbs of cheap stir fry steak – 900 Calories
• 3/4 Package of Mexican Cheese Blend – 600 Calories
• 3 Flour Tortillas – 240 Calories
• 2 Tbsp Taco Bell Ranchero Sauce – 130 Calories
• 2 Tbsp Taco Bell Chipotle Sauce – 130 Calories
1.) Grill steak in frying pan that way you can toss it around while it’s cooking to get a nice even cook. It probably won’t take very long. I would say at most 3 minutes or however you like your meat cooked. With 2 lbs of meat, I would advise doing this in two batches or else you will over crowd your pan.
2.) Season your steak with some Mexican seasonings and add some red wine vinegar in the pan while the steak is cooking.
3.) On a flat top grill, butter up 2 tortillas shell and grill one side while spreading on some Mexican cheese blend and a Tbsp each of the Taco Bell sauces, dispersed evenly throughout one of the two tortilla shells. I would actually spread it on first with a spoon if you have not already thrown cheese on it.
4.) Add on 1 lb of steak and let it grill for about 4-5 minutes or until you get a nice crispity crunchy texture.
5.) Place your grilled tortilla shell that has nothing on it on top of the other shit you just piled on and take it off the grill onto a cutting board or something.
6.) Now do the same thing as steps 3 thru 4 only with one tortilla shell, b/c the middle as you can see is already done.
7.) Now take your quesadilla that has been sitting on your cutting board and lift it back up on top of the one that’s on the grill.
8.) Now take the entire thing off the grill and cut into it.
9.) Cut into quarters and now you can feed a family of four.
Serving Size 1 Thingy
Total Fat 85g
Total Carbs 55g
Dietary Fiber 3g
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline. It does not represent any actual facts.
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