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Dannis Ree, you are utterly Doritos Loco® and I hope the money starts flooding in at a high Pace®.
Pace brand salsa. Eat Pace. Pace brand. Salsa. Eat pace...kjkjkjkjkjglliiiitccch
everyone knows the premier BO-scented chip is the chili cheese frito.
Irreverent fusion is one of my favorite things, it's how I threw together a Korean shepherd's pie that actually turned out way better than I was expecting.
"The idea is to rudely insert Doritos into the classic Mexican breakfast dish, chilaquiles, which traditionally involve fried tortillas tossed in salsa".
This one did not offend me in any way. I’d actually eat that. Really, go for this dish with thousand year eggs!
Also, why don’t you use your perfectly seasoned Made In pan to fry eggs?
Anytime cumin comes out, I start looking around for the gym socks.
My son and I were literally talking about making chilaquiles from Doritos on Sunday, do you have our place bugged? :)
It's wild to me that this entire blog post until the end labored under the assumption that this would be bad. It's so obviously a great idea. Like breading fried chicken in crumbled snack foods like goldfish.
I thought the inspiration was going to be the Papa John's Dorito Papadia though. Ordered one of those the other day and it's just a regular papadia except they put a bunch of raw spices on top that are supposed to taste like Dorito dust. It smelled like raw chili powder and made the entire thing worse. Lesson: don't try to replicate the concept of a Dorito, just dump actual Doritos in there and call it a day. A layer of actual Doritos to give the whole thing crunch would've been 1000x better.
Thank goodness you used Pace, and not that *other* salsa that was made in NEW YORK CITY!!!
Have I broken? This looks good. What's going on?
Rude, some of us are trying to be a higher caliber of loser and get to chicago in the first place 😂
This looks glorious
Was it really a long time ago :sad face that he was doing that and making Twinkie croutons? What a bowels movement that was. Good grief I feel old. Great piece as always Mr. Dannis.
There's multiple places here (Texas) where they crumble up Hot Cheetos ® and use it to dust sushi, or on top of a poke bowl. It is always a great idea but their execution always comes off a like they used the stalest chips they could find.