...not blogging for over a week. I’ve been busy relaxing, now that the semester’s officially over. I finished with one A+, two A’s and two B+’s. Not too shabby.
Yesterday we decided to have an impromptu dinner get-together at Sofya’s house as an early celebration of our friend Julia’s birthday…and as a timely celebration of Sofya’s new patio furniture ; ) We were collectively craving Mexican food so we made guacamole and quesadillas.
Half of the quesadillas were with chicken and jack cheese while the other half were with sautéed peppers and onions and cheese. I preferred the latter because they were lighter but still filling. Here’s how I made it: I sliced one yellow onion, one green bell pepper and one red, and minced one garlic clove. Then I sautéed the mixture in olive oil for about 12 minutes, seasoning it with salt, pepper and 1 teaspoon of chipotle Tabasco sauce. I divided the vegetables among 4 flour tortillas, topped with cheese and toasted them on both sides in a pan.
Along with margaritas, this dinner is perfect for sharing with friends on a hot summer night.