If you’ve spent any time in Texas, then you know how seriously we take our queso fundido. No matter the occasion or time of day (breakfast queso, anyone?), it always hits the spot. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite quesos around the state so YOU can make them in your very own kitchen. Here, 5 warm gooey Texas queso fundidos to make now.
This version from Craft Grill in Tomball is Queso 101. The easy cheese dip only requires two kinds of cheese plus half-and-half. Enjoy it as-is, or make it your own with chiles, cilantro, vegetables or ground beef.
This Goodtaste Chili Con Queso recipe gets its thick, silky texture from cream cheese. For a slightly healthier version, you can swap the cream cheese for Greek yogurt.
This isn’t your ordinary cheese dip. This “Cazuelita de Rajas, Elote y Queso Panela” or Grilled Cheese Queso from Aldaco’s in San Antonio is made with seared Queso Panela and Mexcian crema. This version is as authentic as it comes.
This famous cheese dish from Jalisco is flambéed with tequila! Cookbook author Lucinda Hutson recommends dimming the lights first so you can really put on a show for your guests!
H-E-B’s killer mashup of our favorite Tex-Mex dip and the iconic Mexican street food is insanely addictive. Sweet corn cuts the creaminess of the cheese and fresh cilantro and serrano pepper add some freshness to the rich dip.