This simple Homemade Loaded Queso Dip is loaded with warm, melty-cheddar, pepper-jack, steak, light ale, Rotel Tomatoes, black-beans and cilantro. Pair this with my homemade supper, it tastes as it is out of a Mexican restaurant! We’ve been making this loaded queso dip and it immediately became one of our favourite recipes when we made it.
What Can I Use For Beer Substitute?
- Chicken or beef broth create excellent beer replacements in this recipe.
- Root beer or coke adds intriguing flavors set up of beer too.
Can you create this queso dip into the Crock Pot? Of course!
Simply brown the beef and drain the grase first, and then add all remaining ingredients. Heat on high for 2hours or on low for 4-5hours.
Here is actually the Crock Pot I have which lets you sear meat on the stove top inside the crock pot dish that eliminates cleaning an excess pan. Additionally, it automatically switches to heat when once the period is up!
Loaded Cowboy Queso Dip
- ½ lb ground-beef
- ½ cup pepper-jack cheese, shredded
- 16 oz velveeta-cheese, cubed
- ¼ cup fresh-cilantro, chopped
- ¾ cup pale-ale (or your favorite kind of beer)
- 1 cup black-beans, drained and rinsed
- ¼ cup red-onion, finely diced
- 1 can rotel-tomatoes partially, drained
- salt and pepper, to taste
- pinch of red-pepper flakes (Optional)
- In a big, high-walled skillet over moderate heat, brown & crumble the ground-beef, including in desired quantities of pepper and salt.
- When it is nice & brown, drain any excess grease, throw in the crushed red-pepper flakes and add the beer. Allow the beer decrease for approximately 4-5minutes.
- Add the cheese & let it melt down and simmer, stirring occasionally.
- When the cheese is melted, stir into the beans, red-onions and cilantro. Add the tomatoes and a few of the juice in the can, only in the event that you would like it to be somewhat thinner in consistency. If you have already reached your desired level of depth, do not add some juice.
Crock Pot Directions
- Brown the meat and drain the grease first, then add all remaining ingredients. Heat on high for 2hours or on low for 4-5hours. This is actually the Crock Pot I have which permits you to sear meat on the stove within the crock pot dish that eliminates cleaning an excess pan. Additionally, it automatically switches to heat if when the time is up!