If you're looking for a traditional accent to Tex-Mex food, you can't go wrong with a bowl of ooey, gooey, cheesy, drippy Mexican queso dip. While you might think traditional Mexican queso dip requires several specific ingredients, you couldn't be further from the truth.
While Mexican queso dip is really just Mexican cheese deep, or "salsa de queso Mexicano", it uses several spices and seasonings to make it distinctly Mexican.
© Kevin Harber - Mexican Queso Dip
After you feel confident in your ability to complete this recipe, feel free to experiment a bit with seasonings and cheeses until you've got a Mexican queso (blanco) dip that feels distinctly your own.
One idea to give your Mexican queso dip a bit more color is to swap out the can of green chilis for a can of Rotel's mixture of tomatoes and green chilis. With any luck, you've figured out the recipe of this delicious condiment that the average person thinks can only be purchased at a restaurant or gained from some friendly Latino neighbors.