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How To Make A Blackstone Quesadilla

I love to make Blackstone Quesadillas, and in honor of National Quesadilla Day on September 25, these are my favorite Quesadillas on the Blackstone griddle. But honestly, is there ever a wrong day for a Quesadilla?

Blackstone quesadillas in a grid, Blackstone Peppers and sausage, prime rib, brisket, and cheesesteak quesadillas.

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I love that Quesadillas can use leftover smoked meat to make lunch, dinner, or snacks! The smoker is often dirty, but the Blackstone is still clean. I use either my 17-inch Blackstone or my 36-inch Blackstone. These are also perfect for camping or on the job site to throw together for an easy meal.

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In addition to buying a Blackstone on Amazon, you can order Blackstone Griddles from Walmart and Blackstone on their website -> here.

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Start with a clean Blackstone Griddle. If you aren’t sure How To Care for your Blackstone Griddle, see my post -> here.

Gather your tortillas, meats, cheese, vegetables, sauces, and other ingredients.

Make sure your Blackstone is freshly oiled, I use vegetable oil on mine with no problems,++- and it’s cheap.

Fire up your Blackstone and turn the burners to a low medium heat.

If you are buttering your tortillas do so, and start to layer up your tortilla with meat, cheeses, and sauces on half of the tortilla and fold it in half.

Once your griddle is warm place your folded in uncooked quesadilla.

Using a long spatula gently lift up the tortilla to make sure the tortilla isn’t burning and flip when it is ready.

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Allow to finish cooking, using the melting dome will help to allow the cheese to fully melt in the Quesadilla.

Remove and serve!

Blackstone Quesadilla Recipes:

Blackstone Chicken Quesadilla– I use shredded Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken in a tortilla with cheese and sauces to make this.

Cheesesteak Quesadilla cooked on a plate

Cheese Steak Quesadilla– Use Blackstone Cheesesteak leftovers to make this quesadilla, you can even use cheesewhiz on the Quesadilla. Get the recipe-> here.

Smoked Prime Rib Quesadilla On White Plate

Prime Rib Quesadilla– Use leftover smoked prime rib with cheese and horseradish to make a delicious Quesadilla! Get the recipe-> here.

Brisket Quesadilla cooking on a blackstone griddle

Smoked Brisket Quesadilla-Leftover smoked brisket shredded to make a delicious lunch with the melted cheese! Get the recipe-> here.

Sliced open Blackstone Sausage and Pepper Quesadilla Sliced opened

Peppers and Sausage Quesadilla– Use smoked sausage, peppers, and onion to make this delicious quesadilla filling with a melty cheese! Get the recipe -> here!

Cheeses to Use for Quesadillas

Meat to Use for Quesadillas

In addition to the recipes above, you can use these meats in Quesadillas on the Blackstone.

  • Steak
  • Pulled Pork
  • Shrimp
  • Ground Beef
  • Chorizo
  • Shredded Smoked Turkey
  • Instant Pot Pork Carnitas
  • Tofu to make a vegan quesadilla

Tortillas to use to make Quesadillas

Sauces to use on Quesadillas

I love to drizzle sauces in my quesadillas, adding more flavor to the meat and the cheese.

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.

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.

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!

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How To Make A Blackstone Quesadilla

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