5 Dorito Flavors That Shouldn’t Be Turned Into Tacos
One of mankind’s greatest achievements include building the pyramids, landing on the moon, and developing the Taco Bell Doritos® Locos Taco. I think I own stock in Taco Bell from the amount of Dorito flavored tacos I've consumed in the past two weeks. It combines two passions: Nacho Cheese Doritos, and Taco Bell Tacos. Taco Bell should consider expanding the taco shells to perhaps Cool Ranch. However, not all Doritos are made to be tacos. Here's 5 Dorito Flavors That Shouldn't Be Turned Into Tacos:
Something about mixing the taste of a cheeseburger and a taco just doesn't seem right. I mean if it's 2AM and you're already making bad decisions, what's one more?
If your stomach didn't just cringe from the sound of this flavor then you might be insane. This flavor of Doritos is real. My only question, what does a snowman have to do with overcooked salmon?
Nothing against Corn soup, its truly delicious. But mixing the taste of any soup with Tacos never works. When's the last time you heard someone ask for these gems at the grocery store?
Going back to number 5, something just doesn't seem right about adding another dinner to tacos. Maybe they'd go with this route if they wanted to ask the age old question “How do you add fat to fat?”.
Take the taste of Thanksgiving all year long and add it to your favorite party food. Gravy, potatoes, turkey, stuffing mix real well with ground beef, cheese, and fire sauce. At least you get the spork to eat it all with.