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Super Easy Soft Tortilla

This easy soft tortilla recipe can be customized depending on what you have in your fridge.  I used a hot plate for this recipe (cause my stove broke) but you can easily use any griddle or fry pan for yours if you don't have a hot plate.


Super Easy Soft Tortilla

1 medium sized eggplant, thinly sliced
roast chicken meat
shredded cheese mix (this time I used cheddar, cheswick jack)
wheat flour tortilla
rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper, olive oil

Season sliced eggplant with herbs, salt and pepper and olive oil.  Make sure that all slices are coated with oil.  Put seasoned eggplant slices on the hot plate and cook.  Make sure both sides are nice and roasted.


Cooked Eggplant Slices
Take wheat flour tortilla.  Feel free to use regular tortilla if you can't find wheat ones.  I bought these at Rustan's



Heat one side of the tortilla on the hot plate for at least 30-45 seconds depending on how hot your hot plate is.  Leave on hot plate and put shredded mozarella on the tortilla.


Sprinkle roast chicken meat and eggplant.  Feel free to use store bought roast chicken (it makes it a lot easier if you don't feel like roasting your own chicken from scratch).



As you add the chicken and the eggplant, all your cheese should have already started melting so it should look something like this.



Sorry the photo is a bit dark
 Season with additional salt and pepper if you wich.  Once you're satisfied with your melted cheese, fold the tortilla into half and serve on a plate :)

This is what it would look like if you re-open your tortilla :)


Enjoy!


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