Steak & Goat Cheese Quesadillas with Corn & Tomato Relish

This recipe from the 4 little Ferguson’s archives. Like back in the Stone Ages. Before I knew how to take food photos.  

Oh my stinkin’ word….Where do I even start with these Quesadillas!?

Savory grilled Steak, the creamy zip of Goat Cheese, covered in warm butter toasted tortillas and served quesadilla-style.

Drooling yet?

Now check out this Corn & Tomato Relish that you top the Quesadillas with…..


Ahh! So yummy!

  I cannot take credit for this amazingness, that belongs to Picky Palate.  She has some super amazing original recipes, so be sure to head on over and check her out!

Steak & Goat Cheese Quesadillas
With Corn & Tomato Relish

{Adapted from a recipe found on Picky Palate‘s blog, she has some great food on there!!!!!}

Goat Chz & Stk Quesadillas



  • 2 packages Steak, Seasoned And Grilled How You Like
  • 4 ounces, weight Herb & Garlic Goat Cheese
  • 3 cups Mexican Cheese Shreds
  • 8 whole Tortillas, 4 White & 4 Wheat
  • 3 Tablespoons Butter, Divided Use


  • 3 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 cans (15 Oz Each) Corn, Drained
  • 4 whole Tomatoes, Diced
  • ¼ bunches Cilantro
  • Kosher Salt & Cracked Pepper To Taste

Preparation Instructions

1. Season and grill steak, thinly slice, then cut into small bite sized pieces, set aside.
2. Snip cilantro into a medium bowl, dice tomatoes and stir together. Heat oil in skillet, drain corn and fry in oil for 5 minutes.
3. Stir corn into tomato and cilantro mixture, season with salt and pepper to taste, cover to keep warm until serving time.
4. In a large electric skillet, or in a pan your stove top, melt 1 T. of butter.
5. Spread creamy goat cheese onto a wheat tortilla, top with Mexican cheese, steak pieces and more Mexican cheese to help hold tortillas together. Cover with 1 white tortilla and brown in butter on both sides.
6. Repeat with remaining white and wheat tortillas, adding butter to the skillet as necessary.
7. Cut Quesadillas into 4 wedges and top with a generous amount of corn & tomato relish.
{Or melt some of this relish inside the Quesadilla, like I did for the photo, but we still preferred it ON top, taste wise}
8. Enjoy!