In Mexican cuisine, the sincronizada (Spanish for “synchronized”) is a tortilla-based sandwich made by placing a slice of ham and a portion of Oaxacan cheese between two flour tortillas, then grilled until the cheese melts and the tortillas become crispy. Then cut into halves or wedges to serve. They are frequently confused with quesadillas, due to their resemblance to “quesadillas” sold in the United States. (U.S. quesadillas are usually made with flour tortillas rather than molded from masa in the Mexican style). Ingredients could vary between Oaxaca Cheese, Manchego Cheese and different types of ham. The Tex-Mex version also contains beans, cheese, beef fajita meat and avocado and Monterey Jack Cheese instead of the traditional Oaxacan one.
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