Queso Beer Dip Recipe
Salt and Pepper
Pacific Wildfire Cheese
Melt 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter in a medium hot saucepan.
Add 3 tablespoons of flour to soak up the butter, stirring to create a roux. This
will make a thick paste.
In a slow and steady stream, whisk in the milk. The mixture may be chunky at
first, but continue to whisk and it will come together.
Whisk in your beer of choice. This recipe will work with a wide variety of beers,
but we don’t recommend anything too bitter, too sour, or too fruity. Stick with
anything light to medium and easy drinking. We like a Side Project Amber
Lager or a 33 Acres of Nirvana.
Now to add some flavours: Add a few dashes of Worcestershire, it adds a lovely
je ne c’est quoi and should not be skipped here. Dijon mustard is also a classic.
For extra heat, try Keens, an English hot mustard. But only a little!
A dash of garlic powder and a dash of smoked paprika for more smokiness.
Add salt and pepper to your preference.
naturalpastures.com/ Grate in a cup of Pacific Wildfire and stir to melt and incorporate