Open-Faced Steak Quesadilla

Easy and delicious open-faced steak quesadilla with enchilada sauce, monterrey jack cheese, thin sliced sirloin, corn and sliced jalapeño!

Open-Faced Steak Quesadilla - Dash Of Mandi

I recently became a Costco member again! We took a long break but I figured it was time again. I’ve been seeing other people post about great new products they’ve been getting! A lot of healthier options too.

A product I have been longing from there is the Cuisine Solutions Sliced Grass-Fed Beef Sirloin! It’s thin-sliced steak that comes fully cooked using the sous vide method. You can heat it up really quick in a skillet to eat it warm with some veggies. We do this a lot for a quick and easy dinner and top it with some balsamic glaze. It’s so delicious.

Cuisine Solutions Beef Sirloin

Some other great things you can do with it are add it to a flatbread. I’ve been making Philly cheesesteak flatbreads with it! Also, my husband loves it on a sandwich with some horseradish sauce.

Philly Cheesesteak Flatbread
Steak Quesadilla - Dash of Mandi

And you can’t forget quesadillas! Open-faced quesadillas in particular have been my jam lately. They’re basically Mexican pizzas. Click here for my open-faced shrimp quesadillas. They are so incredibly easy to make, and even easier to eat. I love using Cuisine Solutions’ Sliced Grass-Fed Beef Sirloin for these because it’s already cooked! This makes things so much easier for me. Since open-faced quesadillas don’t need to cook long, you don’t have to worry about the steak being over-cooked.

Open Faced Steak Quesadilla
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Open-Faced Steak Quesadilla



2 tortillas, I used flour

34 tbsp enchilada sauce

4 oz. Cuisine Solutions sliced beef sirloin, cut into bite size strips, or more/less to taste

1/4 cup corn

1 jalapeño, seeds and ribs removed, sliced or chopped

1/2 cup shredded monterey jack or pepper jack cheese

1 tbsp fresh chopped cilantro, optional

lime wedges for squeezing, optional


Preheat the oven to 475 degrees F and line a baking sheet or lightly spray with non-stick spray.

Place tortillas on baking sheet and bake for about 3 minutes.

Evenly spread on enchilada sauce, then sprinkle the cheese.

Top with corn, jalapeño and beef sirloin.

Bake for 5-6 minutes or until cheese is melted and tortilla edges are golden and crisp.

Top with cilantro and squeeze on some lime if desired.

Cut into tortilla into 4 slices and enjoy!

Thank you Cuisine Solutions for sponsoring this post!

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    This looks so good. Cant wait to try It