This is the best and most authentic restaurant style Mexican cheese dip you will ever taste.
This is my favorite cheese dip in the whole world. If you go out to a Mexican restaurant and you order the cheese dip, you will fall in love. Now you can make it at home! It only uses 3 simple ingredients and is much cheaper to make at home than it is to order at the restaurant.
Once you see how easy it is to make this cheese dip, you will want to make it again and again and again. It goes great with my Chipotle Chicken Nachos, or with my Pork tacos. You can even use it to top enchiladas and more.
How to Make Restaurant Style Mexican Cheese Dip
This cheese dip is crazy delicious and super easy to make. I love to serve it in the cute little salsa bowls that you can find at most Mexican restaurants. In fact, I purchased a set of 3 on Amazon for only $3!
We started making this a long time ago — in fact, it was when we had our first experience at a Mexican restaurant. I just started venturing out in the world of making homemade foods. My daughter and I hit the stores up looking for the ingredients to try and create our favorite cheese dip at home.
I have to say we succeeded. It turned out even better than we expected it to.
You can double or triple this recipe to make enough for your next get together. I have never tasted anything like this cheese dip. I will be honest, I like it even better than I do the actual Mexican restaurant cheese!
This is THE only cheese dip you will ever want or need. It tastes just like your local Mexican restaurant cheese dip.
- 1/2 pound White American Cheese
- 1/4 can of diced green chiles, chopped super fine
- 1/3 cup milk (more if you need to thin the cheese out more)
Grate the cheese and place in a saucepan with green chiles and milk. Once it is all melted together, if the cheese is still too thick, you can add more milk to thin it out to your desired consistency
Have you ever made your own dips before? What are your favorite options to add in?