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Forget The Chips: Dorito Dust Is A Heavenly Seasoning

There are few people in this world that can resist the allure of Doritos. The company, which has been producing the nacho chips since the 1960s (did you know they originated at Disneyland?), is the epitome of Mexican-inspired tortilla chips. They are so wildly popular that when Taco Bell teamed up with the company to create Doritos Locos Tacos, 100 million of the tacos were sold in a mere 10 weeks (by comparison, it took McDonald's 18 years to sell the same amount of burgers).

For any true Doritos lover, however, the best part is not the chip itself, but that lovely seasoning sprinkled atop each tortilla -- you know, that orange stuff that sticks to your fingers after you've eaten a couple of chips -- dubbed

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