Today we’re cooking a CHORIQUESO!
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Sometimes this is called a “queso flameado” but queso flameado is usually lit on fire with a shot of tequila – we’re not doing that today. We’re making a simple choriqueso the way we used to experience it here in
South Texas on the border. Sometimes this is made with rajas, sometimes with mushrooms or other chile pepper and onion toppings, but today we’re keeping it simple.
A lot of my barbecue passion and experience came from my father and grandfather, but the choriqueso and cabrito experience came from my father in law – Frank Nieto!
Today we’re cooking over the fire on the ProPit RPG Grill but you can cook this on the stove top or in the oven, whatever works best for you. All you need for this recipe is two packages of Chorizo de San Manuel, our favorite chorizo, and two packs of queso oaxaca.
This recipe is so, so easy to make. All we have to do is cook the chorizo in the pan, add the grated cheese, and then pull yourself a big ol delicious choriqueso taco. You can top this with your favorite salsa, guacamole, or anything else you like. Let’s fire it up and cook some choriqueso!
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