Cinco De Mayo Fiesta

Cinco De Mayo was on Monday. We celebrated with our own little celebration. We started the party with Simon’s addictive homemade guacamole along with a potent pitcher of margaritas. Our main course were these fantastic vegetarian quesadillas. It was especially nice because we were able to use spinach and scallions from our garden.


Simon’s Cinco De Mayo Quesadillas
Red Onion sliced
Thinly sliced roma tomatoes
Montery Jack cheese shredded
Pepper Jack cheese shredded
A dash of salt and pepper
A touch of chili powder

1. Melt small pat of butter on a pan.
2. Place tortilla on pan
3. Sprinkle cheese mixture on the tortilla
4. Add Spinach, Onions, and remaining ingredients.
5. Once cheese has melted fold tortilla over and carefully place on plate.

Serve with some salsa and guacamole on the side and viola!







9 responses to “Cinco De Mayo Fiesta”

  1. Sandy (Momisodes) Avatar

    That looks SO good…..Anything with guacamole and tomatoes is right up my alley!
    That’s wonderful you were able to grow the scallions and spinach. Can’t get more fresh than that! 🙂

  2. LetsPlant Avatar

    You did it the right way!! That looks delicious!!

  3. Debbie Avatar

    Oh, those look so good. I’m going to make them this weekend. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
    We celebrated Cinco with Cranberry Margaritas – more healthful right??

  4. Sabina Avatar

    This looks so yummy!!

  5. Elaine Avatar

    My mouth is watering….sounds simple, fresh, delicious and healthy. The perfect recipe.

  6. Philip Avatar

    This is making me hungry. This looks so fresh. Yum!!

  7. our friend Ben Avatar

    Oh, yum!!! Those look scrumptious! (Too bad you didn’t show the pitcher of margaritas, too…) A perfect, light, delicious way to celebrate–and enjoy your garden-fresh produce at the same time! Thanks for sharing the recipe and those gorgeous pics!

  8. Angie Avatar

    Mmmmm, that looks really good!

  9. Kristi Avatar

    Thanks everyone, they were really tasty. Hope all of you had a Happy Cinco De Mayo.

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