Duritos Wheat Snacks for frying. Flour pellets to make flour chicharrones.
A pasta pellet product called “duritos”, made from wheat flour. Before cooking, they are hard, orange in color, and look like little pinwheels. Duros. Duros.
Duritos Wheels are a pasta pellet product and a delicious favorite wheat snack. They are hard, orange colored, and they fluff up and have a light, airy consistency similar to chicharrones after they are fried in oil. Even though Duros and chicharrones both contain comparable amounts of fat, chicharrones have more protein while Duritos are mainly carbohydrates.
Duritos are sold in small bags in the local tiendita doused in Valentina hot sauce or chamoy sauce, they are inexpensive and a great alternative to big brand chips and cacahuates. Duritos Wheels also known as Duros or Durros probably caught your eye while browsing Delimexico.com, at the Hispanic section of your local supermarket, and maybe remember when you had them at a Feria (fair) or at school during lunch when you were growing up and always wanted to give it a shot or have them again. Pick up a bag and try them, they are not only a fun cultural activity and treat, but are easy to make and delicious as well. Although Duritos, are commonly made in 1-inch square pieces and round wagon wheels shapes, they also come in many various sizes of strips and squares.
Wheat flour, corn starch, salt and baking soda (to aid even expansion during cooking.)