How Are Cheetos Crunchy Made?


Cheetos Crunchy is a snack food made by Frito Lay. Some of the ingredients are: enriched corn meal, vegetable oil, cheese seasoning, canola oil and artificial flavors and colors. Part of the flavor profile is enhanced by the addition of monosodium glutamate (MSG), which is on the ingredient label after whey protein concentrate.
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Cheetos are a crunchy, cheese-flavored snack made from cornmeal introduced by Frito-Lay
Cheetos start out as a mixture of corn meal and water, then water is added and heated under pressure. It is then pushed through a hole and as soon as the hot mixture touches the air
Corn - it's puffed through a machine kind of like puffed rice cereal.
Cornmeal is pumped 100 yards from storage through a tube into a hopper at the factory. The meal enters an extruding machine, which rubs, melts and heats the cornmeal, which boils
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