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Chicken Quesadilla }Saute sliced peppers and onions in a 12″ skillet with a little oil on medium high until cooked and slightly browned. In a separate pan, put a little oil in pan and saute chicken breasts on medium until browned and cooked all the way through. Slice into thin slices on the diagonal. Clean out the same pan that cooked the pepper mixture with a paper towel. Spray with cooking spray. Take one tortilla and lay flat in pan. Fill one half with pepper mixture, sliced chicken and cheese. Fold the empty side of tortilla over the filled side. Cook on medium until lightly browned; flip and cook on the other side. Remove to a cutting board and cut into wedges with a large knife. Repeat with remaining tortillas and ingredients. Serve with salsa and sour cream | afoodieaffair.com

Chicken Quesadillas

After a hard day at work or with the kids, sometimes you just want an easy and fun dinner. Chicken Quesadillas!…

Caprese Garlic Bread

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Tomato Tart | afoodieaffair.com

Tomato Cheese Tart

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Garlic Smashed Potatoes | afoodieaffair.com

Garlic Smashed Potatoes

When you crave garlic….loads of garlic…these Garlic Smashed Potatoes are just the ticket! The creamy red potatoes baked with super crunchy browned edges, are drizzled with olive oil, Parmesan…

Sausage Calzone | afoodieaffair.com

Sausage Calzone

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Swedish Meatballs

I have had Swedish Meatballs only a couple of times in my lifetime, never mind eaten them. But when I was asked to make them for a church function,…