Brisket Quesadilla On A Blackstone Griddle is such an easy leftover brisket dinner or lunch! Now when we smoke meat, I always work to have some for leftovers! Our last smoked brisket the last time was no exception.
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If you aren’t familiar with Blackstone Griddles, now is the time you need to consider one! My obsession started with the 17 inches version but now I have the Blackstone 36 inch griddle that has taken up permanent residence on my back porch. We take the 17-inch camping and I take it out on job sites as well to make lunches for the crew.
Now if you are a Blackstone owner or new to Blackstone there are several accessory options!! The giant spatulas are beneficial for making most dishes and the scraper for this. I use my squeeze bottles to keep extra water and oil easily accessible to put on the grill.
Brisket Quesadilla Ingredients:
How To Make Brisket Quesadilla On Blackstone Griddle:
This can also be cooked in a large skillet, an air fryer, or on an electric griddle as well. Flat top grills work perfectly for meals like this but sometimes the weather can change the plans.
Now you could cheat and do brisket quesadilla at Chilis, and yes the old lady saw them on the menu there. And yes that got her begging for us to make a brisket to make these at home!
Prepare your Blackstone Griddle with a fresh bit of oil, if you are not sure How To Maintain Your Blackstone Griddle please check out this post -> here. Mine is always ready to go after it’s been used, making for little to no prep work.
Shred your brisket to put into the quesadilla; I microwaved mine for about 30 seconds since it had been in the fridge overnight from being cooked the night before.
Spread out your tortilla and on half of the tortillasprinkle with cheese, then top the cheese with brisket.
Top with more cheese, and then drizzle with some bbq sauce.
Fold the tortilla in half around the meat and cheese.
Fire up your Blackstone to low-medium heat and add a bit of vegetable oil or olive oil if necessary.
Once your griddle is warm, place the folded-in-half tortilla onto the griddle and allow to cook until golden brown.
When the side of the tortilla on the griddle is starting to brown, flip the tortilla over to cook the other side.
Remove and serve when the other side is cooked as well, and the cheese melts.
How to store leftover Blackstone Griddle quesadillas
Ensure the quesadillas have completely cooled before you place them in the fridge. If they are not cooled off, they will sweat and become soggy. Once cooled, you can store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days or freeze them for up to a month.
How To Reheat Blackstone quesadillas
You can reheat Blackstone Quesadillas right on the Blackstone or in a skillet on the stove. These are also okay to reheat in your microwave as well.
Other Ingredients For Brisket Quesadillas
- Hot Sauce
- Diced Bell Pepper
- Black Beans
- White Onion
What to Serve With Brisket Quesadillas
- Ranch dressing
- Pico de Gallo
- Mexican Rice
- Corn on the Cob
- Blackstone Mexican Street Corn
- Sour Cream
Easy Blackstone Quesadillas
The sky is the limit, and there is no right or wrong ingredient to put in a quesadilla; endless possibilities exist. These are some of my favorite quesadilla recipes I have made over the years.
Amazing Blackstone Recipes
From Fajitas to Fried Rice and Breakfast, there isn’t much you can’t cook on a Blackstone. I love to use mine to make family dinners and use my leftover smoked foods in new recipes!
- Blackstone Recipes
- Breakfast Blackstone Recipe
- How to Make Blackstone Fajitas
- Blackstone Grilled Cheese
- How To Make Blackstone Fried Rice
Check out my must-have Blackstone Griddle accessories -> HERE!
- Prepare your Blackstone Griddle with a fresh bit of oil.
- Shred your brisket to put into the quesadilla, I microwaved mine for about 30 seconds since it had been in the fridge overnight from being cooked the night before.
- Spread out your tortilla and sprinkle with cheese, then top the cheese with brisket.
- Top with more cheese and then drizzle with some bbq sauce.
- Fold the tortilla in half around the meat and cheese.
- Fire up your Blackstone to low-medium heat and add a bit of oil if necessary.
- Once your griddle is warm place the folded in half tortilla onto the griddle and allow to cook.
- When the side of the tortilla on the griddle is starting to brown flip the tortilla over to cook the other side.
- Remove and serve when the other side is cooked as well.