The Outsiders Club | 113 – Top Moments / Bat House / Quesadilla
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Top Moments / Bat House / Quesadilla

The Club wraps up the season with a look back at some of their favorite Outsider moments. Some are fun, some are firsts, and some are just plain crazy! Then, Brandon conquers the Quesadilla, and a new ingredient, in a grand Fuel Lab experiment. And he strikes up a brilliant plan to rid the club of mosquitoes by building… a bat house!

Fuel Lab

Quesadillas

Ingredients

– ½ cup of sour cream or plain yogurt

– ½ teaspoon chili powder

– ¼ teaspoon cumin

– Salt and pepper, to taste

– 1 cup low-fat cheddar cheese, shredded

– 4 whole-wheat tortillas

– 1 cup cooked chicken, diced

– 1 avocado, chopped into bite-sized pieces

– 1 bell pepper, diced

– ¼ cup cilantro, chopped

– 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon olive oil

– ½ cup salsa

Preparation

– Combine the first four ingredients together in a small bowl to make the cream sauce; set aside.

– Place ¼ cup of the shredded cheese on half of one whole-wheat tortilla.

– Top that half with ¼ cup of the diced chicken, ¼ of the chopped avocado pieces, ¼ of the diced bell pepper and 1 tablespoon of the cilantro.

– Fold the top half of the quesadilla over the bottom half with all of the ingredients.

– In a sauté pan on medium-high, heat a teaspoon of oil. Once hot, carefully add the quesadilla to the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes until the bottom is golden.

– Flip the quesadilla once remembering to flip away from you. Cook until the bottom is golden.

– Remove it from the pan, slice in half and serve each half with a dollop of the cream sauce and salsa.

– Repeat with the remaining tortillas.

– This recipe serves 8 (½ quesadilla each).

Project

Bat House

Directions

– Pre-cut fence boards to desired length (takes about 3 boards total)

 

– Attach back and sides first with screws (be careful not to split the wood)

 

– Use spacers between each board and attach them to back. (space is about 1” -3/4”)

 

– Attach the front boards with screws (be careful not to split the wood)

 

– Use the dog eared boards for the top. Attach with screws. (Allow for over hang)

 

– Attach mounting bracket to back

 

– Attach to post or pole

 

– Be patient! It will take some time before bats discover it.