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Cookbook | Ingredients | Recipes | Southwestern cuisine | Tex-Mex cuisine

Queso (literally "cheese" in Spanish), also known as chile con queso, is a common dip found in southwestern and Tex-Mex cooking.

Killer Queso DipEdit


For 3 cups queso:


Saucepan methodEdit

  1. Brown sausage in saucepan and drain grease.
  2. Add cubed cheese, diced tomatoes and diced chilies.
  3. Heat over low, stirring until cheese is melted and ingredients are well blended.

Slow cooker methodEdit

  1. Brown sausage in a skillet and drain grease.
  2. In a slow cooker, melt cheese with tomatoes and chilies, stirring.
  3. Add browned sausage. Stir until well melted and mixed.

Quick and Easy Queso DipEdit



  1. In small pan, heat undrained tomatoes and onion, cooking until the juice is gone.
  2. While tomatoes are cooking, place Velveeta in microwave-safe bowl and melt in microwave. Add monterrey jack cheese and melt mixture using 50% power.
  3. Add tomato mixture to cheese mixture.

Notes, tips, and variationsEdit