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Other Queso - Perfect for Game Day

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INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Preheat oil to 400°F with a cast iron pan.
  2. Cook the chorizo for 5-6 minutes (drain excess grease if needed).
  3. Add the onions and peppers and cook for 5-6 minutes.
  4. Turn the heat down to 250°F.
  5. Add the Rotel, Velveeta, cream cheese, and Durty Gurl Bloody Mary Rub.
  6. Cook for 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
 

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I've tried to like chorizo, but I just can't. It's too greasy and never cooks up as good as some good hot Italian sausage.

Spanish style chorizo (rather than Mexican) is a totally different animal...much better
 

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I've tried to like chorizo, but I just can't. It's too greasy and never cooks up as good as some good hot Italian sausage.

Spanish style chorizo (rather than Mexican) is a totally different animal...much better
Got a recipe you can share? :D ;)
 

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I've found that homemade butcher's chorizo is nowhere near as greasy as the kind you buy on those tubes at the store. Makes a big difference.
 

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Got a recipe you can share? :D ;)
Never done queso on the rec tec.

I don't have a recipe per se...it all depends on what I have on hand. I always start with a roux and make a basic cheese sauce with butter, flour, whole milk, and hand grated sharp cheddar and Wisconsin Brick cheese. Pre-shredded cheese is awful stuff.

Then I add fried hot Italian sausage a can of Ro-Tel and a can of diced green chiles. Sometimes I fry onions and poblanos with the sausage. I keep it simple.
 
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