Chef John's Queso Dip - Review by Miki
This wasn't the best. For some reason the diced green chilies made it bitter. Won't be making this again. I didn't get any complaints but not to my liking. A bit of salt helped, but not enough.
Minimal time and effort go into making this silky, addictive queso dip that melds green chiles, tomatoes, and scallions with your favorite melty cheese.
Chef John's version of steak pizzaiola combines a mushroom, tomato, and hot pepper sauce with tender medallions of beef tenderloin.
Chef John's version of baked brie is wrapped in puff pastry dough, chilled, and then baked until the pastry is perfectly browned and the brie is warm and melty.
Discover the joy of boneless baby back ribs when you bite into Chef John's clean-eating version of the McRib® sandwich that's slow-baked, chilled, and finished on the grill.
A dash of mustard powder and grind of black pepper adds extra kick to a creamy cheese sauce. Stir cooked macaroni into the sauce and bake with a layer of bread crumbs over the top.
Chef John uses spaghetti and other easy-to-find ingredients to decode a secret and mysteriously simple family recipe for garlic noodles cloaked in a savory, umami-rich sauce.
Delectable home-made egg noodles are a simple matter of flour, salt, eggs, milk and butter kneaded into a dough, rolled out and cut into shapes. Hint: dry the pasta for 20 minutes before cutting, then dry the cut shapes until no longer moist and sticky.
A classic Italian dish prepared with tomato sauce and mozzarella, with a few additions by Chef John. Sure to impress your friends and family!
Chef John's quick and easy recipe for fire-roasted cherry tomato salsa will shine on any snack or appetizer table and is sure to impress.