This recipe is from veggieboards.com. I had been sprinkling nooch on tortilla chips and wondered if there was a recipe out there that replicated the other flavors in Doritos (which, before the milk allergy, I could eat by the bagful). I immediately tried this and I'm just as addicted to these.
- Ready In:
- 1 (8 ounce) bag tortilla chips (I think this is for a regular chip bag, I use the bigger brown bags like Mission, and double the res)
- 1⁄3 cup nutritional yeast
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1⁄2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1⁄2 teaspoon paprika
- 1⁄4 teaspoon citric acid (the veggieboards people used lime juice, I left it out entirely)
- The original directions say to put all ingredients in a resealable bag and shake.
- I just dumped the nooch in the bag with the chips, shook it, then mixed the spices together, dumped them in the chip bag, and shook it.
- Try not to eat the whole bag.
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Holy haberdashery, Batman! These are GOOD! My sister and I used to love Doritos when we were kids in the 80s, before the formula drastically changed and they just became gross. Plus, this DIY approach means no chemicals! I scaled the recipe down a bit and used this spice mix with Recipe #395640 with olive oil and lemon juice (had no clue one could buy citric acid at a store...?), omitting the salt because there's enough flavors. However, I would recommend this if you have an acquired taste for vegan staples and substitutions; those who are too used to regular Doritos and are expecting a "true cheese" taste won't like it as much but if you have a palatte seasoned to nootch, you'll love these and won't be able to get enough! Thanks for a great post, this seasoning mix would also be great on tofu and french fries.Reply