Guacamole (See Family Favorite: Guacamole Recipe)
Corn Tortilla Shells
Tin Foil or Cookie Sheet
Make Guacamole and set it aside.
Set oven rack in the second position from the top and cut a sheet of tin foil to fit.
Place 4-6 corn tortilla shells on the tin foil and sprinkle liberally with shredded cheese. We like a Cheddar/Monterey Jack mix but use your favorite.
Turn the broiler on and leave the oven door ajar.
*Do Not Walk Away* <-- This is a warning to the absentminded cook, like me. :P
When the cheese is melted, bubbling, and beginning to brown, pull the shells. The timing of this will depend on your oven. It is usual just a few minutes. My oven cooks the back middle shell the fastest, so I pull them as they begin to turn golden.
Put a generous spoonful of Guacamole in the center and fold over.
You can dip in salsa if you like, but they are perfect as is.
You can use Flour Tortilla Shells if you prefer them or if that is what you have available. The corn shells add another level of flavor that we enjoy.
If you don't have all the ingredients for Guacamole. Sliced Avocados sprinkled with Garlic Salt works great too.
Or you can skip the Guacamole and just dip in salsa. Quesadilla-style!