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Shrimp with cheese- queso - pepper jack cheese

Shrimp Queso Wraps


  • Cooked shrimp (4-5 per wrap)

  • 8 oz of Pepper Jack Cheese (for spicy) or Monterey Jack Cheese (for mild)

  • 1/2 onion

  • 1/2 small bell pepper

  • 1 can (4oz) of mushrooms

  • 1/4 cup white wine

  • 1-2 tablespoons oil

  • Garlic powder (optional)


  1. The shrimp can be pre-cooked from the store or if using raw shrimp, peel and clean and then saute in about a tablespoon of oil until pink. Set shrimp aside.

  2. In a non-stick skillet heat the oil and add in the onions and bell pepper (chopped bite size). Cook these over medium heat until they are just beginning to get soft.

  3. Add in the mushrooms and cook until tender. Pour off any excess liquid from the mushrooms.

  4. Add wine and continue to cook for another 2-4 minutes un-covered. You want most of the wine to evaporate.

  5. Add a dash of garlic powder (optional).

  6. Slice the cheese and lay it on top of the veggies, cover and continue cooking over a low heat stirring occasionally so that the cheese melts and everything gets mixed up together.

  7. Once the cheese has melted, spoon into warmed tortillas along with 4-5 cooked shrimp, roll and eat . . . or you can put the whole cheese thing into a casserole dish and bake or broil on high to get a bubbly, crusty top to serve on the table with tortillas.

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