— -- There are some pretty weird Dorito foods out there – just click here for evidence – but this new snack might take the chip. Dorilocos are all the rage in Mexico, and it’s kind of hard to understand why.
The snack, which translates to crazy Doritos, is the chips topped with carrots, jicama, cucumber, pickled pork rinds, peanuts, jellied candies, lime juice, chili powder and hot sauce.
“I came across Dorilocos in a small town in Mexico. We just so happened to come across a food stand that was selling a famous beer drink in Mexico called Micheladas. The customer before me had ordered a Dorilocos and I just had to have it,” Ada Vaughan, 38, of West Palm Beach, Florida, told ABC News. “It consists of any flavor Doritos you would want. They cut the Doritos bag on the side and start layering the toppings. They were shredded carrots and jicama, cueritos (which is pickled pork skin), spicy toasted peanuts and crunchy garbanzos, sweet chili sauce called chamoy, lemony chili powder, Valentin hot sauce and a squeezed lime.”
It sounds bizarre, but Vaughan can’t get enough.
“I love the sourness and spiciness of the snack. As a matter of fact since we have returned from the trip I have found the ingredients at a local Mexican market and have made it several times,” she said.