Moe's Famous Queso (Copycat Recipe)
Prep Time: 5 min
Cook Time: 5 min
1lb white American Cheese, cut in cubes
2/3 cup milk
½ cup water, optional for thinner dip
4 oz can green chiles
2 pickled jalapenos (from a can), chopped
1 ounce pickled jalapeno juice (from the can)
Pinch of cumin (optional)
In The Kitchen
Using a microwaveable bowl, combine cheese cubes, milk, and optional water. Place bowl in microwave and cook on high for approximately 5 minutes, stirring mixture after every minute (I like to use a whisk).
Add remaining ingredients to the mixture and combine.
Serve immediately with Tortilla chips.
You can usually find a block of White American cheese at the deli counter of your local grocery store. My go-to brand is Land o Lakes. In a pinch I have successfully used the pre-packaged Land o Lakes slices found in the refrigerated section but removing the individual wrappings is time-consuming and wasteful.
Here are my go-to recipes for guacamole and restaurant style salsa.
This recipe was spot on and soooo delicious. I followed the receipe to the T. To buy 6 oz. at Moe's you have to spend about $3.50. I have my own batch of queso and only paid 8 bucks for material..that includes leaving over several pickled jalapenos for later. I love this recipe. Very easy and delicious and I feel like a spoiled brat having it right nowReplyDelete
Your comment totally made my day! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave one. If you like Chipotle, you should definitely try my Copycat Chipotle Barbacoa recipe.ReplyDelete
Tried this recipe today and it is delicious! I did diverge from the recipe ever so slightly. First, I added a pinch of salt. Second, instead of microwaving it, I heated it up on the stove over medium heat. I think this results in a creamier sauce, and because microwaves tend to evaporate the water in any dish, I didn't need to add any water at the end. It was the perfect consistency. I tried it without the cumin and it was good, but then I added a pinch and BAM! Perfect.ReplyDelete
The directions didn't mention anything about it, but I did remove the seeds from the jalepenos. I think this resulted in the right amount of heat, but if you want to kick it up a notch, you could throw a pinch of seeds in the dish.
Awesome! Glad you liked the recipe! Thank you so much for taking the time to write a comment!Delete