Top 10 similar words or synonyms for queso

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for queso

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Queso Chihuahua Queso Chihuahua is good for melting and is similar to a mild, white cheddar or Monterey Jack. It may be used in queso fundido (fondue style melted cheese), choriqueso, quesadillas, chilaquiles, chili con queso, or sauces.
Queso blanco It is sometimes made by pressing the whey from cottage cheese. More often it is made by heating whole fresh milk to near-boiling, adding an acidifying agent such as vinegar, stirring until curds form, then draining the curds in cheesecloth for three to five hours. If it is pressed, and more water is removed, it becomes known as "queso seco".
Queso flameado Typical main ingredients are melted cheese and a characteristic meat sauce of loose fresh chorizo, tomato, onion, chile and spices. It is served in a small, shallow casserole or other ceramic or metal heat-proof baking dish. The cheese and sauce are prepared separately, and combined just before serving. This may be done at the table, especially if finished with a flambé: high alcohol liquor is poured on the cheese and ignited, and as it burns the server folds in the sauce. If not flambéed, the mixture may be quickly broiled. Either way, the finished dish is presented while it is still bubbling hot, and it is spooned onto small soft tortillas for individual servings.
Queso flameado Both the cheese and the meat sauce are prepared just before serving, and are served hot. Oaxaca cheese ("asadero") and Chihuahua cheese are popular, but other melting cheeses (cheeses such as whole milk mozzarella, that remain stringy when melted) may be used. Some consider stringy cheese to be an essential part of this dish, but if this quality is not desired then a fresh farmer's cheese or goat cheese is a good alternative. If fresh chorizo is not available, pieces of dry chorizo or another sausage may be used. Common additions are strips of roasted chiles and sautéed mushrooms. For the flambé, popular liquors include rum, brandy, and tequila. Either type of tortilla, corn or wheat, may be used. In Puerto Vallarta, flour tortillas usually are served only with certain dishes including "queso flameado", corn tortillas otherwise being the norm.
Queso panela Queso panela (panela cheese) is a white, fresh and smooth Mexican cheese of pasteurized cow's milk. It is not the same as "queso canasta" or "queso de la canasta". It is served most often as part of appetizer dishes such as "nopal" salads or quesadillas. It is derived from the Greek word for basket cheese. The cheese also has similarities to the Indian cheese "paneer".