The best way to tell if your chicken is cooked is to poke it with the sharp end of your knife into the fleshiest part of the chicken and if the juices run clear, that means it´s cooked but if it´s bloody, pace in back into the oven and cook for a little longer
Umai Prawns Quesadilla
2 Mission Onion and Chives Wraps300 gm Prawns (medium sized)4 Limes, juiced6 cloves Garlic, minced3 Red chillies, pounded into paste½ cup Coriander leaves, chopped1 Red onion, sliced4 stalks Spring onion, sliced4 tbsp Extra virgin olive oilSalt, Pepper and Sugar to taste1 Avocado, sliced or diced into large pieces4 slices, Emmental cheese
Marinate prawns in lime juice and drain all the juices out, leaving the prawns in the bowl.
To make umai seasoning, mix garlic, pounded chilli, coriander leaves, onions, spring onions, 3 tbsp olive oil and season with salt, pepper and sugar. Mix prawns with seasoning and set aside.
Spread umai prawns on half the surface of both wraps.
Top with slices of avocado and Emmental cheese and fold each wrap to make a half moon.
Heat your frying pan with 1 tbsp of olive oil and pan fry both quesadillas until both side are slightly brown and the cheese inside has slightly melted.
Cut both quesadillas into half and serve them warm.
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