DORITOS is a household favourite crisp, perfect for dipping or covered in cheese – but you'll pay a price for the brand.
A large sharing bag will set you back more than £2 in some supermarkets.
As the price of getting your big shop in is soaring, households might be wondering whether to switch to cheaper versions.
Customers are paying £788 a year more due to rising costs, according to latest figures from market research firm Kantar.
Many supermarkets have produced cheaper own brand tortilla chips – but do they taste as good?
We asked mum-of-three Lynsey Hope, 41, from West Malling, Kent, to find out.
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Here's how the chips fared:
Asda Just Essentials Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips (180g)
23.9p per 100g
Lynsey says: "One of the cheapest bags of tortillas you can buy, I was really impressed by these. There are lots in the pack and I thought they were good value for money. I would describe them as salty, rather than 'lightly salted' but for the price, these are amazing value. Going forward these will be my go to for nachos and dips. Good job Asda."
OVERALL SCORE: 8/10
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Aldi Snackrite Tortilla Chips Lightly Salted (200g)