Queso fresco, a favorite in the Mexican kitchen, is slightly salty, milky, and extremely versatile. Explore these recipes for inspiration.
In this deeply satisfying one-pot meal, queso fresco shows off its versatility by adding textureand body to this stew.
Queso fresco is a favorite cheese to use in Mexico on the breakfast classics huevos rancheros and chilaquiles.
Serve as a vegetable side or use as a main course—this zucchini would make an excellent filling for a taco.
This easy dip can be served with your favorite vegetables, breads, or crackers. Alternatively, use it as a spread on a sandwich.
Crumbled queso fresco rounds out this salad that pairs sweet, salty, and bright acidic flavors. Omit the country ham for a vegetarian-friendly version.
With headlines like “The New Napa,” the Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California Norte, Mexico has built up a steady pilgrimage for the past decade.