Easy Chicken Quesadilla marries Homemade Chicken Tikka Masala

The crazy wedding planner is at it again. This time planning an unusual marriage. Yesterday’s Homemade Chicken Tikka Masala gets cozy with today’s Easy Chicken Quesadilla. You all know that I hate to waste food. So after pulling out my leftovers and satisfying my Cinco de Mayo Mexican craving, I came up with an odd match of flavors that actually work together.

But before we can get to this Easy Chicken Quesadilla:

We have to go back to the Homemade Chicken Tikka Masala:

Here’s what you’ll need to create homemade chicken tikka masala:

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Eating My Green

I carry my tribute to the Irish all year round on my foot:

Really it’s for good luck. Especially since there’s a black cat lurking in there.

I did wear green today, but I also ate green. For breakfast was a green smoothie.
Click here to learn about the green smoothie.
Really, you can not taste the spinach in a smoothie, just do it and get your greens.

Dinner was anything but Irish. I added some peas and spinach to the dish just for fun. And let’s face it, I have been eating a lot of chocolate lately and not so many greens, and whole grains. So I put on my apron this St. Patty’s day and cooked up a healthy pasta dish to power my way through this 3 wedding weekend.



Sauce: Ground turkey, sautéed with fennel seeds, crushed red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning, olive oil, salt and pepper. One jar of Bertolli tomato and basil pasta sauce.

Noodles: Whole wheat penne pasta boiled in salted water, slightly undercooked.

Greens: A cup of frozen spinach and two cups fresh spinach.

Cheeses: sharp cheddar, mozzarella, parmesan.

Baked at 350 for about 30 minutes.

And plenty left over to get me through the weekend. Wish me luck.