December 1, 2020 0
Vacationing on Acapulco allows a dozen chances to become interested. Beaches, girls, sunshine and cliff dives. Me? The Acapulco Restaurant White Cheese Dip Recipe
If you ever tried those tacos served in Acapulco, you’ll notice the difference from the tacos served in the US. Theirs definitely taste better. It’s neither of the tacos nor the vegetables but because of this heavenly white cheese dip that accompanies each serving. After wolfing down several platters, and a gallon of the white cheese dip, I made a mental promise to find a way to get my hands on this Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe. I prayed fervently, too, that this recipe isn’t a (well) guarded secret.
And guess what? Drum rolls please. Grace favored me somehow and here the secret Acapulco Restaurant White Cheese Dip Recipe I loved so much.
You’ll never guess the facts. It was more well-known as “Chili Con Queso”. Yes, it does sound familiar now. While it was formally called white cheese dip, many menus refer it as Chili Con Queso and it’s not as obscure as one may think. In fact it appears on most Mexican menus nowadays. Though it’s a bit sour, sour cream isn’t an ingredient. So check out this Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe.
Preparation: 1 cup of shredded Asadero cheese or Monterey Jack cheese
4 ounces of chopped Jalapenos OR 4 oz deveined and julienned Poblanos
1/4 cup of “half-and-half”
For you greenhorns out there, half-and-half means a mixture of half milk and half cream. So it has 10-12% milk fat and cannot be whipped.
2 tablespoon of finely chopped Onion
2 teaspoons of grounded Cumin
1/2 teaspoon of Salt
4 ounces of Green Chilies.
While some may make do without chilies, this Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe requires having it. Chilies give it a distinctive Mexican flavor I guarantee you’ll love.
Cooking: Heat all ingredients on medium. Stir occasionally.
The best part of this Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe is that it takes lesser time to prepare than to write its name “Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe”. Of course you may simply call it white cheese dip. But since I first tasted it in an Acapulco restaurant (that was during Spring Break), I prefer to call it my Acapulco restaurant white cheese dip recipe. So adios amigos! And have fun eating.