There will be no official recipe for this quesadilla. It's one of those things that will never be the same twice. There are two easy steps:
1. Dig through your fridge to find tortillas, cheese, and anything on the verge of needing to be tossed/composted.
2. Turn the things you've found into a quesadilla.
Simple enough, eh? The beauties in the picture above are filled with black beans, broccoli, Monterey Jack cheese, green onions, green chilies, diced tomatoes, and cilantro. There's really no end to the possibilities here. And you can use kind of cheese. Maybe you've got some artichoke hearts, olives, tomatoes, and feta you need to use. That works. Sweet potatoes, cauliflower, red pepper, and swiss? Why not? Just pile it between two tortillas and cook it over medium heat until the cheese melts enough to hold the thing together.
Be brave! Be adventurous! Be happy you didn't have to toss any of your leftovers!
If you happen to come across these tortillas in the refrigerator section of your local supermarket/co-op, you should grab a pack:
You'll never go back to those scary shelf-stable tortillas again.