Chupaqueso


March 6, 2007, midnight | By Gus Woods | 15 years, 9 months ago

This cheesy wrap is obscure, edgy and delectable


What is a chupaqueso? The answer is simple: it is delicious. How do you make one? The process is simply fun. With this straightforward and little-known recipe under your chef's belt, you'll be astounding throngs of dinner guests in no time. Invented by Howard Taylor, creator of the web-comic space opera "Schlock Mercenary," this dish will make you feel like a true hero.

Photo: This cheesetastic treat will either leave you deeply satisfied or irreversibly comatose--but either way it tastes great!


Prep time is approximately 15 minutes. One chupaqueso can serve two

Kitchenware
- Skillet
- Spatula

Ingredients
- Cheddar cheese
- Parmesan cheese
- Monterey Jack cheese (any type will suffice)

Preparation

1. Grate a 1/2 cup of cheddar and a 1/2 cup of cheese.
2. Spread cheddar onto heated skillet. Form an approximately 8 inch diameter circle with the cheddar.
3. Wait for the cheddar to toast, flip with spatula when necessary – like a pancake.
4. When the cheddar shell is formed, slide it out of the pan and onto a plate. Add some Jack and a sprinkle of parmesan.
5. Feel free to include any other fillings that you feel would be appropriate with this cheesy wrap.

Recipe courtesy of chupaqueso.com




Gus Woods. William "Gus" Woods is a junior who enjoys, far more than anything else, tiddlywinks tournaments and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" re-runs. He is a great fan of any and all music and enjoys playing the piano in his spare time. He belongs, literally belongs, … More »

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