Buffalo Wild Wings Teams Up With Doritos For A New Sauce To Grace Some Chip-Covered Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings Doritos chili sauce

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  • Buffalo Wild Wings has released a new sauce it dreamed up with the help of Doritos
  • The limited-edition coating is inspired by the chip brand’s Sweet Spicy Chili flavor
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As BroBible’s Resident Weird Food and Drink Guy, I’ve recently observed a bit of an uptick in collaborations between two brands that refused to let the fact that they didn’t really have any business teaming up together stop them from doing exactly that.

Take, for example, the chicken sandwich that was served on a bun made of sour Airheads and the mac and cheese ice cream Kraft whipped up with Van Leeuwen over the summer. We’ve also got the repeat offender that is Pepsi, which has fallen victim to the Jurassic Park Problem by linking up with Peeps and orchestrating the release of Flamin’ Moutain Dew because it could without stopping to think if it should.

Thankfully, a new alliance between Buffalo Wild Wings and Doritos does not fall victim to this phenomenon. On Tuesday, the chain announced it’s partnered up with the chip brand for some new wings that are not only coated in a sauce inspired by the wildly underrated Spicy Sweet Chili flavor but sprinkled with tiny pieces of the chips themselves to take the crunch factor to the next level.

Oh, and if that’s not enough to satisfy your appetite, you’ll also get a snack-sized bag of Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos to fall back on.

Unfortunately, as was the case with the white truffle hot sauce Buffalo Wild Wings rolled out earlier this year, the Doritos-inspired coating will only be available for a limited time, so if this piques your interest, make sure to snag some wings before it’s too late.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.