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I changed the recipe quite a bit but the result was very yummy. I cooked the chorizo in a skillet with onion and some red bell pepper then when it was cooked through I stirred in Mexican 4-cheese blend. Skipped using the oven. Served in flour tortillas with sour cream and quacamole and a side of Mexican Rice II.
I love to eat Chori Queso at mexican restaurants because theirs is always perfect. Chorizo for me is hit or miss in the store. I can never seem to find a mild-flavored chorizo in the stores. I use the mexican quesadilla cheese instead of mozzerella because it tends to melt down better. Lastly we eat our Chori Queso with steamed flour tortillas. Yum!
I've enjoyed this at mexican restaurants before and this is somewhat similar. I skip the corn oil as chorizo is quite greasy on its own. I also pour the chorizo on the bottom and top with the cheese. (I say "pour" rather than "sprinkle" because chorizo does not have the same cosistency as say regular pork sausage.) This dish rates very high on the grease scale but if you don't mind it that much these are great on corn tortillas.
I skip the oil if the chorizo I have is higher in fat. With Chorizo Fino you might need a bit of oil. Yes this is greasy but it's cheese & sausage! It's supposed to be. This is just how I make it at it's simplest. When I'm feeling fancy I will add pico de gallo or avacado or something when I serve it.
I had the oposite problem of everybody else it seems. My chorizo has almost no grease. Even with adding oil to the recipe I found the consistency to be way too thick. I ended up having to cut half of the cheese and keep adding chorizo to get it right.
It's hard to go wrong with cheese and chorizo. I did use a blend of cheeses including Colby Monterrey Jack and Pepper Jack. Had trouble folding the tortillas so I spread the mixture on one tortilla put another on top and made quesadillas. Otherwise I followed the recipe. Garnished with sour cream and green onion. Very good snack for Super Bowl Sunday.
This was okay - nothing extra tasty. It was the first time I ever cooked with chorizo. I found both beef and pork chorizo in my local store and opted for the pork (I guess that's the more "traditional" kind). It was a 12 oz. package so I eyeballed roughly 2/3rds of the package when making this recipe. This was kind of messy to make. One complaint though. I thought this recipe called for too many tortillas since they were not very "loaded". I used 1-1/2 8 oz. packages or 18 tortillas and I think 12 tortillas (8 oz.) would have been plenty or maybe even fewer would suffice. I agree with previous commenters that maybe the corn oil isn't needed and that the ratio of chorizo to cheese is too high.