Queso fundido is an easy dish, made with melted cheese and toppings served dip-style, that even the most inexperienced home cook can make.
This vegetarian queso fundido with rajas de chile poblano (roasted poblano pepper strips) and mushrooms is super easy and can be doubled, tripled or quadrupled depending on the amount of guests you need to serve.
I share this because with the holidays approaching, menu planning can be stressful and even if you’re great in the kitchen, you may have some helping hands that are not. This recipe is so easy that it’s hard to mess up.
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How to serve vegetarian queso fundido
Alongside a basket of warm tortillas—your choice whether they’re corn tortillas or flour tortillas—this appetizer dish will definitely please any crowd.
If you’re ambitious and have a little extra time on your hands, you can even make your own homemade chorizo to add to your queso fundido if you’re not worried about keeping this dish vegetarian. Or substitute soy chorizo!
But who says you only have to serve queso fundido with tortillas? You can also use tortilla chips, tostadas, or even served as queso fundido potato skins!
For big chile poblano fans, you should also try rajas con crema, which is similar to queso fundido in that there’s lots of cheese and it can be eaten in a tortilla or on a chip or tostada.Print
Vegetarian queso fundido is an easy antojito (appetizer) to please any crowd! Great for holiday parties!
Prep time includes the time to roast, sweat and devein the poblano chiles.
Keywords: queso fundido, vegetarian
Looking for more vegetarian Mexican recipes? Try these!
Mexican Vegetarian Meals
Poblano chile, mushroom and onion vegetarian tacos
Crema de elote
Mexican Vegetarian Side Dishes