Another benefit to this recipe, is that the ingredients are readily available and aren't going to cost you an arm and a leg like making authentic Tex-Mex would.
Here is the original recipe.
What you need for the dipping sauce:
Sour Cream, 1 container (1/2 cup)
Mayonnaise, 1 Tbls
Onion Powder, 1/4 tsp
If you want, you can just mix the sour cream and avocado together as well - it is still tasty, but I'd definitely suggest trying the full dip recipe at least once.
For the Quesadilla:
1-2 bags fresh baby Spinach
1-2 cloves minced Garlic
1-2 chicken breasts (or leave out to make it vegetarian. Just add more veggies)
Optional: bell pepper
Put the avocado in a bowl and mash it up. Add the sour cream and mix well. I use the entire tub. Add 1 Tbls of mayonnaise, 1 Tbls of lime juice (or squeeze the juice from a fresh lime) and 1/4 tsp of the onion powder. Mine was a bit chunky, which I liked. You could always puree it for a smoother look.
If you have leftover chicken, you can shred or dice it. If not, just cook some up with a bit of olive oil. Make sure your chicken is ready before you start cooking with the spinach.
I suggest having everything ready to go at this point. Dice or shred your chicken, slice your goat cheese if you have the kind with the rind on it, or spread some of the smooth goat cheese across half of a tortilla. Dice up 1 tsp (1-2 cloves) of garlic. If you have a jar of minced, that is fine as well.
If you have an indoor grill, then now is the time to use it. It'll give you a lovely grilled look and it's quicker than using the stove. If you don't have one, you can, over medium-low heat, in a dry pan, place the quesadilla, folded over. Put a piece of wax paper on top and another pan. Use either a heavy pan or a pan with a few canned goods inside. Let cook for about 2 minutes and then flip it over and repeat. You won't have the grill marks, but you will get a lovely brown color.
Add the dip to a small dish and place on the side of plate. Cut the quesadilla into quarters. This would make a good appetizer for a party, or a full dinner.