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Are these suppose to be deep fried and salted before eating? Thanks
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On Dec 11, 5:20�pm, pamjd wrote:
Are these suppose to be deep fried and salted before eating? � Thanks
in advance.


They are called "duritos". I see them in bulk in the Mexican foods
section of the supermarket. They can be fried into a sort of
chicharon.

http://www.mexgrocer.com/9830.html

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On Dec 11, 5:20�pm, pamjd wrote:
Are these suppose to be deep fried and salted before eating? � Thanks
in advance.


Duros (also known as pasta para duros, duritos, durros, pasta para
durito, Mexican wagon wheels or pin wheels) are a popular Mexican
crunchy snack made of puffed wheat.

Where to buy: Duros are usually sold by street vendors in Mexican
American neighborhoods, parks and after Mass at some Spanish speaking
Catholic churches. Duros can also be purchased in their uncooked pasta-
like form at many Mexican grocery stores.

Serving Convention
Duros can deep fried or microwaved and are round. They are usually
served in a plastic bag and topped with salsa and chili lime salt
mixed in soda water.

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