All cooks, even ones at home, know afterward what happened and improve off of their issues. Thus, I am one to believe this kind of thinking, for I have had to prepare like a cook through the eye of one. Simply the one word that comes to mind with my results was that of astonished. I was expecting a horrible combination with the fact that there was black beans contained within the ingredients. However, when I first tasted the quesadilla, I was amazed for it was absolutely tasty, and a perfect combination. The only issue is when you try to reheat the food, it acts like almost all foods. The dish simply doesn't taste amazing with flare, like when it is fresh. Looking back into the preparation of this dish, is the fact that I did have to deal with some issues. One of the main issues was the fact that I had to deal with a super long preparation. This really drained my time, so next time, my plan is to cut everything first, then collect all my ingredients for my recipe. This should allow me to have more work space to prepare the ingredients, so I don't have to constantly be moving around my ingredients along with trying to prepare my ingredients. Other than this single issue, I didn't really have an issues. However for my recipe, I did cut down on the seasonings to prevent that fake taste, but still get a little bit of taste. Coming to conclude on the Vegetation Quesadilla, I have seen that one can make a recipe with just common sense, even when it seems incorrect.
Last Few Words
This creation of my dish wouldn't have been possible without the guidelines of Mr. Metz, along with the help from this video link.