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Spice Up Your Life With Doritos’ New Wasabi-Flavored Chips

Spice Up Your Life With Doritos’ New Wasabi-Flavored Chips

The limited-edition snack food was spotted on the shelves of Walmart

There are two types of people in this world: those who like wasabi on their sushi, and those who stay as far away from it as possible. The deliciously cheesy Doritos that are near and dear to our snack-loving hearts have gotten an oddball makeover. For a limited time only, the tortilla chips will be available in wasabi flavor.

Junk food Instagram @candyhunting posted a photo of the chips after spotting them in-store on October 3. “Limited Time Only Wasabi Doritos are out now at Walmart!” the account wrote. The spicy snack can also be picked up at Sam’s Club and ordered off Amazon.com

Doritos wasabi chips’ packaging boasts a bright pea green, as do its contents. Users in the comments section of the Instagram post are torn. Some people are intrigued while others are completely grossed out. “I’ve been eating them all. My sinuses are very open,” @clawzizking wrote on Twitter.

“Nope take you[r] demon chips elsewhere,” @BioJakk said.

We might have to skip out on this one, but it’s no doubt that wasabi Doritos will join a long line of the world’s wildest chip flavors, including garlic and scallop; hot and sour fish; and kiwi. Bon appétit!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


How to make Doritos Dust Seasoning and eat delicious things

Credit where it’s due: I didn’t come up with the doritos dust recipe, Vegan Richa did. Well, actually I don’t know if that’s true. But that’s definitely where I first learned about it.

Anyway, yeah, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. I’ll say that again, you can make your own Doritos dust and put it on everything. The taste is like the classic Doritos chips. Cheesy and a little spicy. Whatever, it’s Doritos. The point is, you can make everything taste like them and that’s really all any of us really wants. Turns out the Doritos dust is gluten free, I think So that’s cool if you’re into that.

Pre-Integration Doritos Dust

There’s one pretty weird ingredient in there I’d never heard of it before: Nutritional Yeast. Apparently it’s pretty good for you, actually. It’s a complete protein, that has a lot of vitamins, especially B-Complex vitamins. It’s also low in fat and sodium, and has no dairy, sugar or gluten. Don’t get me wrong though, it sounds like I’m well informed, but I just rephrased wikipedia.

This is Nutritional Yeast. It looks like really bad dandruff.

Anyway, the stuff is kind of flaky-powdery. It tastes like cheese. Actually, remarkably like cheese. I found it at MOM’s organic market, which is conveniently located right next to Aldi and the Liquor store–the more frequent stops of the kind of person who plans to make everything taste like Doritos.

Here’s the other stuff you need:

1/2 Cup Nutritional Yeast
2 tbsp Onion Powder
2 tbsp Garlic Powder
2 tbsp Paprika
1 tbsp Cayenne
1 tbsp Salt
1 tbsp Sea Salt

Basically, you just put this stuff in the food processor and let it run until it’s a really fine powder. Careful not to try and smell it right away or you’ll inhale a bunch of Doritos soul. Also, it doesn’t really smell like anything. So, you know, learn from my mistakes.

Doritos Dust ingredients looking pretty in the food processor.

Doritos Dust closer to achieving its full potential.

I bought a shaker from the dollar store specifically to make it easier for things to taste like Doritos.

Doritos Dust works best on dry food, or oily food. Burgers, tacos, pizza, chips, french fries, crappy steak, pasta, and fried chicken all make great candidates for The Dust. Watery foods, like vegetables, don’t work great unless you add a little butter or something.

If you’re the kind of person who finds recipes online and then actually makes them, then you can probably stop reading. But more likely, you really really need me to spell it out for you. So, here’s a very specific idea that will be delicious.

Doritos Grilled Egg & Cheese Sandwich

Some Doritos Dust
2 slices of bread
Butter, or something like it
2 slices of cheese-food
1 Egg

Heat up a griddle to medium. If you’re not sure, less heat is better than too much. Butter the bread. You really don’t need much, but load it on there cause you’re having a rough week. Put one piece of bread, butter side down on the griddle. Place the cheese on top.

Dramatic Egg and Cheese Bread have fates that are inseparably intertwined.

Crack the egg on the griddle. Let it fry until the edges are getting a little crispy. Place the other piece of bread on the griddle butter side down, and place the egg on top. By this time, the first piece of bread should be good and brown and the cheese should look melty. Flip this piece of bread onto the egg, cheese side down.

Now, get a plate and put one solid coat of The Dust on the plate. When the sandwich looks sort of like the one above, take it off the griddle and put it on the plate of Dust. Take a lot more Dust and dump it on top so it looks like this:

You really need a lot of Dust to get the really authentic taste of loneliness.

Use you fingers to slide the sandwich around in the dust. Turn it over a couple of times and really get it in there good. Then, since you needed to read this recipe to make a sandwich, it will look nothing like this

Well, that’s it for this week. I’ll post again on Monday or Tuesday. I’m thinking it will probably be a look at some of my recent endeavors to learn 3D modeling and animation. I’ve got a long weekend to play with it!


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