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Queso Fondido is a great dish to make when you’re invited to a party and want to surprise the party-goers with your incredible culinary knowledge. It’s little more than a fancy queso dip–but it tastes so much better than some brick of fake-cheese or pre-jarred stuff.
Prep Time: 10min Cook Time: 10 min
- 1 Tube of Chorizo Sausage (12oz)
- 3/4 Small Yellow Onion (diced small)
- 1.5 lb of Mexican Shredded Cheese
- Chili Powder (a few sprinkles)
- 2-3 Roma Tomatoes (diced*)
- 1/4 cup of Cilantro (roughly chopped)
- Tortilla Chips for serving
- In a small Cast Iron Skillet, over medium heat, cook the chorizo sausage until nearly done, then add the onions and keep cooking.
- While that cooks, chop up all your produce (onion, cilantro, & tomatoes). Note: Only cut up the firm part of the tomatoes, throw away the mushy stuff in the middle.
- After the sausage and onions are cooked, begin to layer the ingredients in either your small Cast Iron Skillet or a baking dish. Cheese, Sausage-Onion, Cheese, Chili Powder, Cheese, Sausage-Onion.
- Bake at 400 degrees until the cheese gets nice and melty.
- Top with tomato and cilantro and serve with tortilla chips.
Notes: Keep a fork or spoon nearby because as it cools it may break your chips, and you can use the utensil to help scoop the cheese onto your chips.
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