I pack my lunch almost every day and while it usually consists of a salad and leftovers from dinner, occasionally I like to plan something a little different. Thankfully I have a full kitchen at my office, so when I feel like making something special, I have the tools there to do it.
When I noticed some leftover roasted ham in my fridge, I decided to use it to make a fun lunch for a change! Using the leftover ham, along with some low fat brie, dijon mustard, a granny smith apple and whole wheat tortillas, I made a delicious quesadilla.
It was sweet, salty, tangy and crisp all at once. The flavour combination and texture was fantastic. I can’t wait to make this again!
What you’ll need:
- ham, thinly sliced
- low fat Brie, sliced
- granny smith apple, thinly sliced
- dijon mustard
- margarine or butter
- whole wheat tortillas
Butter one slide of the tortilla and place in a large frying pan on medium heat. Add a layer of brie on one half of the tortilla, followed by slices of apple and ham.
Spread the other side with dijon mustard and fold the tortilla in half. Cook for several minutes until crisp on one side. Carefully flip over and cook for another few minutes.
This was a great, simple lunch that put a new twist on a ham sandwich. Now I’m itching to make other great quesadilla flavour combinations. Try my Chicken Black Bean Quesadilla recipe too!