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This is the best con Queso dip I've ever had. I got it from a great cookbook by a man named Grady Spears. I guarantee once you try this you will be a fan of his too.
- Warm the oil in a heavy saucepan over med heat.
- Add the sausage and cook for 2 minutes, or until the fat begins to melt.
- Add the onion and garlic.
- Cook until the chorizo is well browned.
- Drain off the grease and add the tomato, chile, and stock.
- Bring the mixture to a simmer and slowly add the cheese, blending with a spoon.
- As each batch of cheese melts, add more, cooking over very low heat.
- When the cheese has melted and the mixture comes together, it is ready to serve.
- Keep warm while serving.
- Note 1- serve with tortillas or fresh tortilla chips.
- Note 2- you COULD use canned pre-roasted poblanos, but roasting one yourself is really simple.
- Take a poblano chili, rub with a bit of corn oil, put under the broiler and let it cook until the skin starts to char.
- Turn it over and continue this way until the skin is charred all over.
- Take it out (with tongs!) and put in a plastic zip-lock bag and let it sit until cool.
- Remove the chile and the skin will peel right off, then tear it open and remove the seeds and stems.
- It's that simple.
- Just like roasting a bell pepper.