Queso Fresco is the most-consumed cheese in the Mexican community. Tropical Queso Fresco Mexicano is soft, moist, with a slightly salty flavor and a creamy and grainy texture. Queso Fresco is often crumbled over salads, refried beans, enchiladas, chilaquiles, tacos, and it makes a fresh filling in cooked dishes.
Does Queso Fresco melt?
No, Queso Fresco doesn’t melt when heated. And it crumbles very easily simply by using your hands.
How to use Queso Fresco Mexicano?
Queso Fresco is incredibly versatile. It is generally used crumbled on tacos, tostadas, enchiladas, enfrijoladas, chilaquiles, soups, and other traditional Mexican recipes, accompanied with cream and different ingredients depending on the taste, style, and dish (accompaniments such as lettuce, salsa, cilantro, avocado, chorizo, and tomato).
It is also used as a filling for Queso Fresco Enchiladas or in vegetables such as zucchini and the popular stuffed poblano peppers. It also adds flavor and texture to salads; and you can even make dips with Queso Fresco.
In addition, Queso Fresco is used to make desserts such as cheesecake and other delicious sweets.
¿How many types of Queso Fresco are there?
Queso Fresco is used in different countries in Latin America besides Mexico, especially in Central America. That’s why Tropical offers a wide variety.
You can find Queso Fresco Mexicano in more types, flavors, and sizes such as:
- Queso Fresco Mexicano in Banana Leaf has a soft and moist texture with a slight flavor of the banana leaf.
- Queso Fresco Mexicano con Jalapeño is the same delicious Tropical Queso Fresco with the added spice of jalapeño peppers, two essential ingredients of Mexican food.
- You can find Queso Fresco Mexicano in a resealable tray and in a wheel.
Tropical also offers Queso Fresco Guatemalteco, Queso Fresco Salvadoreño, Queso Fresco Centroamericano and Queso Fresco Hondureño.