It’s not that quesadillas are hard to make on the stovetop or in the oven, it’s that one typically craves a quesadilla when one is not fit to operate the stovetop or the oven. With minimal risk of administering second degree burns or setting the kitchen on fire, Nostalgia Electric’s 8″ quesadilla maker will hit the spot for anyone drunk with the munchies, high with the munchies, or coming off a 14-day cleanse jittery and delusional with the munchies.
The quesadilla maker’s raised plate pattern seals in requisite cheese and pork contents, as well as divvies up the tortillas into 6, evenly space sections that address two more kitchen red flags in one of the above quesadilla-jonesing states: spacial recognition and knife skills. Cook time varies from 3 to 7 minutes, depending on the type and quantity of fillings.
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