The most common ingredients found in any Queso recipe are: 1 cup of Monterey jack cheese, chopped fine or shaved through a grater; 4 ounces of green chillies, chopped finely to release the flavour; 1 Serrano pepper of medium hotness. If it is fresh, you will need to blister the skin in a broiler for six to eight minutes. Then, the skin needs to be pulled from the flesh of the chilli, and the chilli chopped finely. (Add half a teaspoon of salt to remove some bitterness); 2 teaspoons of ground cumin for a little flavour; half a tablespoon of cilantro, chopped very fine; A quarter to a half ounce of half & half cream, or sour cream alternatively. You can alter the amount to achieve the certain thickness and viscosity you would like. 1 teaspoon of chili powder to add the spice. A Queso Dip is a Mexican starter dish that involves a creamy, spicy dip to go along with vegetables and chips as the precursor to a traditional Mexican-themed meal. There are many recipes for an authentic Queso Dip. They all stem from a standard recipe, and many different variations are seen around the world, depending on the availability of certain ingredients due to their seasonality, and sometimes the way different people prefer the recipe.
Melt some velveeta cheese in microwave then ad some homemade chili mix it up and serve
Queso Dip is the traditional Mexican Dip. It has many variants with variety of ingredients. You can download the recipe at the link below: