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Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe

This Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe is perfect for tailgating! Or, you know, just because of nachos. Now tacos and nachos happen often in my house; they are easy to make, and the whole family eats them!

Pitboss smoked queso in tin foil pan

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This queso dip can be made in any type of smoker, either eclectic, charcoal, or pellet.  My current primary go-to smoker is my   Pit Boss Pro 1100; cooking low and slow is how I cook with it.   I picked up my Pitboss at Lowes, but Walmart and Amazon carry other Pit Boss options or the Pitboss website itself.  I love the cost of them vs. other pellet grills, plus it hasn’t disappointed me yet.

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Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Ingredients:

How To Make Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip:

In a small pan, cook up your Chorizo until it is cooked and set aside. 

Spray an aluminum pan with a nonstick spray; I used a disposable pan. A glass casserole pan will work just know that the smoke will stain it as well as a metal pan.

First cut up your cheese, I started with the blocks of cheese and Velveeta to put in the bottom of the pan so it would be closer to the heat to melt.

Diced Cheese Cut In Cubes

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Chop up your onion and your jalapeno next, I de-seeded my jalapeno but you don’t have to. 

Open your can of Rotel, I did not drain the juices out of mine but next time I plan to strain at least one of them. 

Smoked Queso Dip Ingredients Pre Smoking

Next, open the can of green chiles, and drain the juices out of the can. 

Add everything to the pan and mix it up a bit. 

Set your smoker to the Smoke setting and allow to smoke for two hours.

Smoked Queso On Smoker Smoking

I set a timer for every 20 minutes to go out and stir the queso to help things cook more evenly.  

Turn your smoker up to 225 and allow to smoke for another hour and a half. 

Pitboss smoked queso in tin foil pan

Remove and serve!!!

Smoked Queso Served With Tortilla

How to Store Queso

This can be stored in the fridge for four to five days. I transfer mine to a Tupperware container to store it in.

How To Reheat Smoked Queso

You can reheat leftover queso in a crockpot, on the stovetop in a skillet or sauce pan, or in the microwave. Just be stir stir often.

Other Ingredients To Put In Queso Dip:

What To Serve With Queso

Pellet Smoker Recipes To check out

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This Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe is perfect for Taco Tuesday, Cinco De Mayo, or Nacho night! Use Velveeta cheese, pepper jack, Rotel, cheddar cheese, chorizo, jalapeno, and other add-ins!! This turns out creamy and flavor for an amazing appetizer.

Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe

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This Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe is perfect for Taco Tuesday, Cinco De Mayo, or Nacho night! Use Velveeta cheese, pepper jack, Rotel, cheddar cheese, chorizo, jalapeno, and other add-ins!! This turns out creamy and flavor for an amazing appetizer.
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours 30 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 30 Servings

Instructions
 

  • In a small pan cook up your Chorizo until it is cooked and set aside.
  • Spray an aluminum pan with a nonstick spray, I used a disposable pan. A glass casserole pan will work just know that the smoke will stain it as well as a metal pan.
  • Start cut up your cheeses, I started with the cheese to throw in the bottom of the pan so it would be closer to the heat to melt.
  • Chop up your onion and your jalapeno next, I did deseed my jalapeno but you don’t have to.
  • Open your can of Rotel, I did not drain the juices out of mine but next time I plan to strain at least one of them.
  • Next, open the can of green chiles, and drain the juices out of the pan.
  • Add everything to the pan and mix it up a bit.
  • Set your smoker to the Smoke setting and allow to smoke for two hours.
  • I set a timer for every 20 minutes to go out and stir the queso to help things cook more evenly.
  • Turn your smoker up to 225 and allow to smoke for another hour and a half.
  • Remove and serve!!!
Keyword queso, smoked queso
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Pit Boss Smoked Queso Dip Recipe

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