Queso fresco — “fresh cheese” — is a Mexican cheese, traditionally made from raw cow milk or a combination of cow and goat milk. It is a soft, moist cheese. Curd-like, light and fresh with a salty and slightly tangy flavor but with more mild, milky notes. In traditional Mexican cuisine, Queso Fresco is used to balance rich, spicy dishes, either as a topping or as a stuffing cheese. It can also be sliced or cubed and served with dried fruit, paired with cured meat, or left to soften on steaming-hot soups.
Recipes ideas as below: https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/03/11/queso-fresco-recipes_n_9442428.htm