New Pringles Tortillas Nacho Cheese and Zesty Salsa Review: Buy Them For Your Next Party Mandy Ellis March 28, 2014 Cool, Interesting, Junk Food, Reviews, Snacks My favorite food journeys always start out, “Well, I was wandering through the grocery store…” and I get to happen upon something I normally wouldn’t buy, something new, or something old I love that I thought they didn’t sell anymore. This particular instance had me stopping at the doorway of the grocery store to check out Pringles new Tortillas. Being a 90s kid, I remember the jingle very well; “Once you pop, you can’t stop.” The commercials had people shoving about ten chips in their mouth at once and pouring them out of a can instead of a bag. Pringles were the ultimate junk food treat if you packed a lunch, especially if you got the small snack pack in the plastic tray to keep your chips from getting crushed. Once they started coming out with new flavors, it became a complex system of trades and deals to make sure you got the flavor you loved. Pringles has come out with some insane (and many times insanely tasty) flavors like pizzalicious, ketchup, chili cheese dog, peppermint white chocolate (seasonal), sour cream and onion, buffalo wing, and screamin’ dill pickle (probably screamin’ because pickle potato chips sound gross). But their new creation is a step away from their traditional thin-cut potato-based chip. Pringles new Tortillas (packaging also says Tortilla Crisps) in Nacho Cheese and Zesty Salsa are made from yellow corn flour and corn masa instead of potatoes and come with a laundry list of other ingredients for the powdered flavor topping. Nacho Cheese Chips I was surprised to see them in the store and with the Pringles name. I typically associate Pringles with all-American chips that come in traditional and a bunch of other wacky flavors. I guess tortilla chips aren’t really out of their realm; I was just caught off-guard that Pringles came up with an entirely new recipe for a totally different style of chip. It wasn’t just another powder to put on their traditional chip. That said, I would definitely recommend these chips to anyone who enjoys nachos or chips and salsa. The Nacho Cheese flavor definitely tasted like nachos with certain hints of different cheese and I loved the corn chip. It really did taste like a little thin-sliced tortilla. I would say though, that they tasted A LOT like a traditional Dorito. The powder is VERY close to the recipe for a regular bag of Doritos, which means lots of people should enjoy them. Single Nacho Cheese Chip The Zesty Salsa Pringles were also delicious and certainly tasted zesty and salsa-y. Again, I would say these are VERY close to the same topping as Cool Ranch Doritos. I wouldn’t say the Zesty Salsa chips have the same bite as Cool Ranch, but it’s pretty close. The Zesty Salsa Pringles were a little heavier on the tomato, onion, and pepper flavoring than Cool Ranch, but if you love Cool Ranch chips, you’ll love these Pringles as well. Zesty Salsa Chips Overall, I’d say Pringles did an excellent job making two extremely accurate flavors for Nacho Cheese and Zesty Salsa. I live in Arizona and Mexican food, especially nachos, fresh-made tortillas, and homemade salsa, are all around. If you’re jonesing for a taste of these foods, these chips will hit that craving and then some. Single Zesty Salsa Chip Next time you see these chips in the store, pick them up and bring them home to snack on while watching a movie, tag them along when you’re going to a party, or put them in your sandwich for good crunch and flavor. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Mandy Ellis I am in deep-fried love with food and travel. With Italian roots, I have a weakness for bread, marinara, and mozzarella. I’ll try anything once and am constantly searching for intriguing places to visit. When I'm not savoring the last bite or organizing my next trip, I'm indulging my inner bookworm and writing about my adventures. If you turn on college football and give me a local craft beer, you’ll see the happiest Hokie on the West coast. Latest posts by Mandy Ellis (see all) Crock Pot Peanut Fudge: The Simplest Fudge You’ll Ever Make - August 9, 2014 Chocolate Lasagna Recipe: Try Not to Eat the Whole Pan in One Sitting - July 29, 2014 Free Bear! Obama Sighting at Woodley Park Chipotle - July 18, 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.