This is a great, incredibly simple and fast recipe. Serve with apple slices, strawberries, grapes--works great with a homemade fruit tray. If you reduce the milk so that the consistency is a bit thicker you can turn it into a spread instead.
I love cheesy dip's but sadly I am the only one that does, so I make a very small amount to have with nibbles when relaxing. This one is a very mild dip but nice and fresh, if you want it a wee bit looser you can add a bit of juice from the pineapple. You can also add as much or as little of the spice as you like the choice is yours.
This is a traditional recipe for Tyrokafteri, which is a specialty of the region of Thrace in northeastern Greece. This particular recipe comers from Nancy Gaifyllia, who says "My family likes this one hot, so I use jalapeno peppers that make my eyes water just from touching them. This recipe works with red and green peppers. Mild or hot, this is a delicious dip." 4 ingredients & 3 steps - there's not much easier than that ;) Posted for ZWT 4.
In Memphis, TN in the 1970's there was a restaurant called "El Chapo", where we ate mexican food on an almost weekly basis. I can remember my father asking the waiter for the recipe for their cheese dip, which was served along with "hot dip" (salsa) and tortillia chips. Over the years he adapted the recipe, which he always had on hand for a late afternoon snack. Dad served it cold from the fridge. My son prefers it warm. Either way it is addictive, so make sure to have lots of tortillia chips on hand!
II was looking for something different than your typical queso when I stumbled upon this recipe on the inside of a Velveeta Pepper Jack Cheese package. I altered it to spice it up a little but it was also great as is, so feel free to make it to suit to your taste. I am posting it as-is as well as with the changes I made! Also, I quartered the recipe with the same results. I think ground beef and/or beans would be a nice addition to make it heartier.