Saturday, January 27, 2007

Tasty!

I've successfully recreated one of my favorite all time dishes. On my first try, if I do say so myself.

Pepe's Chili con Queso. It is easy as anything.

Obtain:

One can La Preferida Mild Enchilada Sauce.

One can regular, condensed, Campbell's Tomato Soup (low sodium) (Important!)

One package V&V Supremo Chihuahua cheese. Substitute with any melty, stringy cheese. I bet Monterrey Jack would be nice. Cut into strips, french-fry sized.

A package of rustic-style tortilla chips. The thicker the better for these purposes.

Combine the soup (undiluted) and sauce in saucepan with a 1/4 cup water. To taste, really. Bring to simmer. Place a good sized lump of cheese in the bottom of a bowl. Pour the mixture onto the cheese, melting it. Dip the chips into the sauce and try to get a nice glob of cheese.

(PS- Did you know that Campbell's sells seeds?)

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