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Countdown to the 4th of July! 14 Recipes in 14 Days That Are Sure To Please: DAY 10
Countdown to the 4th of July! 14 Recipes in 14 Days That Are Sure To Please: DAY 10
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Countdown to the 4th of July! 14 Recipes in 14 Days That Are Sure To Please: DAY 10

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Let’s be honest we are all ready to get out, gather, social un-distance, and catch up with friends and family. 4th of July has a tendency to be a big barbecue/potluck kind of holiday and could be just what we need to get us back to the good old days. So we thought we would deliver 14 recipes over the next 14 days counting down to the holiday weekend. We hope our creations inspire your culinary creativity and wow some taste buds at the same time.

Smoked Queso Dip

What’s better than hot cheese and chorizo? In my book not much. Make plenty because when I serve this as an appetizer or a side it goes quick. Also trust me on the cream of mushroom soup, it’s not a taste thing more of an added creaminess to the dip. Kiss it with a little pecan or hickory smoke and whoooo doggy is it good!

Let’s Dig In!

Smoked Queso Dip

You will need the following ingredients:

(1) 32oz block of Velveeta cheese

(2) Cans Rotel tomatoes

(2) 8 oz blocks of cheese cubed (I use pepper jack and sharp cheddar, but you can use whatever you like as long as it melts nice)

(1) 1lb package of meat (choose from beef, sausage, turkey, chicken, or chorizo. The choice is yours. I have even used shrimp, but we prefer turkey chorizo)

(1) Can cream of mushroom soup (trust me)

(1) Tbsp of your favorite rub (this rub works great in this recipe)

Pecan or hickory wood

Let’s get to cookin:

Step 1: Get your smoker to 325 degrees and add your wood.

Step 2: Brown your meat in a skillet until done

Step 3: Combine all of your ingredients in a Dutch oven and stir. A half size foil pan can also work, but I think you get a little extra something from the cast iron.

Step 4: Get your queso on the smoker and stir about every 15 minutes until it reaches the consistency you want. This typically takes 1 hour to 1 hour 15 minutes

Once completed you can leave the mixture in the Dutch oven or transfer to a slow cooker keeping it on the warm or low setting. Make sure to continue to stir!

Get ready to make this 2-3 times a week, it’s that good!

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