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In this commercial era, what says Superbowl more than Doritos??

You can have this crunchy cheesy recipe done in 30 min! Move over Rachel Ray! haha

For this recipe, I have taken the simple idea of your everyday homemade cheese sticks and taken it to another level. Instead of traditional mozzarella cheese inside, I have replaced it with Pepper-jack cheese for the same creaminess with a slight kick. And the real twist? I have taken out bread crumbs and used Doritos crumbs instead!

When combined together in your mouth, you basically get the sensation of crispy Doritos and creamy cheese with a kick. I guarantee it will be the first item grabbed at your Superbowl party, and will be gone in 10 min or less depending on how many hungry fans are there. ;)

Pair the Doritostix with your favorite salsa. I found it to combine with the flavors incredibly. I chose Tostino's Mild Salsa.

 ALSO NOTE: This is also a good way to use the left over crumbs in the Doritos bag nobody eats!!! 

Step 1: Gather your materials

OK football fans, you'll need.....

 ● 1/2 Doritos bag. OR your left over Doritos bag packed in the back of your pantry. You will need a little over a cup.

●  1 pack of peperjack cheese sticks12oz

● 2/3 cup of All Purpose Flour

● 1/3 cup of Cornstarch

●1/4 cup of water

● 1 Quart of Frying Oil

● 2 eggs (beaten) You naughty eggs!



<p>Great idea, I will definitely be trying them. When you say to cut them in half, do you mean lengthwise? The picture showing the cheese being dredged in the flour looks long and skinny but the finished product looks short and fat! Thanks!!</p>
<p>Good question. Cut them in half vertically. Aka in two halves. The first pictures taken were actually taken before we cut them and discovered the need to cut them in half. Honestly, you probably could get away with not cutting them in half, but it has 2 benefits. 1) holds the crumbs better, and 2) MORE FOOD for everyone ;3 </p>
You are a god. Thankkkkk youuuu !
<p>haha much thanks for YOUR compliment! ;)</p>
Cheddar jack with 4 words: Cool Ranch. Yum yum!
<p>That sounds delicious! Way to use Cool Ranch to its potential :)</p>
<p>incredible </p>
<p>awesome idea ! i like it </p>
<p>awesome idea ! i like it </p>

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