Ready to break out of the humdrum of the same turkey and dressing recipe used every year?
Social media is blazing about a new recipe that might be even spicier than its growing rep.
How about a hot Cheetos turkey packed with dressing?
Reynolds Kitchens, the foil company’s cooking website, posted a recipe that called for crushing up hot Cheetos and coating a well buttered or oiled turkey with it.
Not surprisingly, some on Twitter have hailed it as a delicious alternative for their holiday dining.
I would be thrilled if someone would make me a Hot Cheetos turkey and serve it with sides of Thanksgiving Pringles, fwiw.
— Alex Zalben (@azalben) November 20, 2018
But others have described the union of flaming chips and a Thanksgiving staple in not so pleasant terms.
The devil is REAL https://t.co/welMyks2M0
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) November 19, 2018
So what are your thoughts about this?
Would you serve this snack-food inspired take of a holiday staple, complete with matching stuffing and jalapenos.
Or does it deserve to be relegated to the “never serve” place in your recipe box?
But at least with this recipe, picante sauce and guacamole now could legitimately be considered as side dishes and Thanksgiving condiments.