Queso Frito (English: fried cheese) is a Dominican dish, often served for breakfast. It consists of a white, salty cheese with a high melting point called "Queso de freir" (Spanish for frying cheese) or "Queso blanco" (Spanish for white cheese). The cheese is cut into thin slices and pan fried. It can be prepared with either a very light coating, such as with a dusting of flour or corn starch, or no coating at all.
- "Queso frito (Fried cheese)". Dominican Cooking 101. Retrieved 2013-11-27.