Cheesy Chicken quesadillas with corn and spinach

The word "quesadilla" is derived from the Spanish word "queso," meaning cheese. They have been a part of Mexican cuisine for centuries.

In Mexico, quesadillas are typically made by filling a tortilla with cheese (often a type of melting cheese like Oaxaca cheese) and then cooking it on a griddle or skillet until the cheese melts and the tortilla becomes crispy. They can be served plain or filled with additional ingredients such as cooked meats, beans, vegetables, or salsa.

These chicken quesadillas make a satisfying meal or snack, perfect for lunch, dinner, or any occasion. Feel free to customize the filling with your favorite ingredients or add extra spices for extra flavor.