Kick off your shoes from a long day, set the table on the deck, get a pitcher of ice cold lemonade and get ready to enjoy a supper outside. These adobo beef sirloin, adobo grilled pepper, mushroom and onion quesadilla are perfect to eat on the deck! This dish is super quick to prepare and we know you and your family will love it! These quesadillas come with a side of avocado crema, salsa and sour cream. Enjoy the sunny days 🙂
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Note: We cannot guarantee any dish is allergen free.
Dr. Herrington's Health Fact
Bell peppers are high in phenolics and vitamin C which can help prevent cholesterol oxidation (damage).
Cooking with Kids
Cooking for kids?
Go easy on the adobo seasoning as kids may not like it’s spicy flavour.
Making this recipe with kids?
Ask the child to help by completing step 4 & 6:
- Prepare the quesabilla
- Garnish & Serve
Preparation: Turn on the oven to 400F. Heat up the bbq to 400F* Wash and rinse all produce. Cut the onion, mushrooms and bell peppers in ½ cm slices.
*Note: If you don’t have a BBQ, it is recommended to cook the steak in a hot, lightly oiled pan.
Place the vegetables on a baking sheet & cook the steak: Place the onion, mushrooms, and bell pepper on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a non-stick sheet. Drizzle with oil (1/2 tsp, 1 tsp), adobo spice blend, salt (1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp), and pepper (1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp). Combine to ensure even coating and place in an even layer to ensure the vegetables cook evenly.
When the bbq is hot, cook the adobo spiced beef sirloin until desired temperature. For medium cook about 4-5 minutes per side. Remove the steak from bbq and set aside on a plate. Cover with foil and let rest for a few minutes before slicing. This will ensure the steak stays juicy. Slice the adobo beef sirloin in 1 cm slices.
Note: Ensure the Beef sirloin reach a minimal internal temperature of 130F
Remove Steak from the grill at the following temparature based on desired doneness:
Rare: 130 to 135°F
Medium Rare: 140°F
Well Done: 165°F
Bake the vegetables: Place the baking sheet in the oven and bake the vegetables 15-20 minutes until they are fully cooked and start to become golden.
Prepare the quesadilla: Keep to oven at 400F. Remove the baked vegetables from the baking sheet and place them in a medium bowl. Place half (2, 4 ) the tortilla on the baking sheet to assemble the quesadilla*. Divide the vegetables evenly between each quesadilla. Divide the adobo spiced beef sirloin evenly between each quesadilla. Place a third of the sour cream and salsa on the quesadilla to “glue” the 2 tortilla together. Top each quesadilla with another tortilla, press the top tortilla down a bit to ensure both halves of the quesadilla are well “glued” together.
*Note: that you may need to use 2 baking sheets.
Bake the quesadilla: Bake the quesadillas at 400F for about 10 minutes. Keep an eye on them to ensure they do not burn. Remove the quesadillas from the oven when they start to become golden on the bottom. Slice the quesadillas in 6 wedges.
Garnish & Serve: On individual plates, place a quesadilla, garnish with sour cream, salsa, and avocado crema.