How to Cook Yummy Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian)

Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian).

Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian) You can cook Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian) using 11 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian)

  1. You need of Serves: 1 person.
  2. Prepare of wholemeal wrap,.
  3. Prepare of Linda McCartney BBQ pulled 'pork' 1/4 pounder, pre-cooked.
  4. Prepare of a crushed baked or microwaved sweet potato (around 80g),.
  5. Prepare of 50% reduced fat cheddar cheese,.
  6. It’s of small green chilli, sliced and seeds left in,.
  7. Prepare of BBQ sauce (I used HP),.
  8. You need of Salt and pepper to season.
  9. Prepare of Olive oil Frylight.
  10. It’s of You will need:.
  11. It’s of George Foreman grill or griddle/frying pan.

Sweet BBQ Veggie Pulled 'Pork' Quesadilla (Vegetarian) step by step

  1. Take the wrap and lay it out. Using the back of a table spoon take the baked sweet potato flesh from the skin and spread it out evenly over half of the wrap. Season with salt and pepper..
  2. Next sprinkle over half the grated cheese and the chillies..
  3. Take the quarter pounder and shred it into small pieces on a chopping board then sprinkle it evenly over the half of the wrap with the sweet potato..
  4. Drizzle over the BBQ sauce and then sprinkle over the remaining cheese..
  5. Fold over the other half of the wrap so it neatly covers the half where you've added the ingredients..
  6. Now spray both sides with Frylight and place onto the grill (or frying pan). If cooking on a George Foreman, allow to heat for around 5 minutes until the inside is piping hot. If using a pan, cook on one side for around 2-3 minutes then flip it and cook the other side..
  7. Allow to cool for about 2 minutes then eat and enjoy! :).
  8. Each quesadilla is approximately 477kcals..

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