All I had to do was grab chicken breasts, milk, and Doritos from the supermarket, which cost about $20. The recipe calls for the following:1 bag of Doritos 2 eggs2 tbsps of milk2 chicken breasts1 tsp of garlic powder 1 tsp of pepper1 tsp of onion powder 1 rolling pin (or spoon) to hit the Doritos bagI measured out two tablespoons of milk to pour into the bag and began to doubt if I was doing it right.For this step, I attempted to make the Doritos breadcrumb mixture that would later coat the chicken before frying. This process took a lot longer than expected, and the chips were still too large to coat the chicken.Since the original instructions weren't working well for me, I transferred the contents into a clear plastic bag, which helped decrease the size and consistency. Though shaking the Doritos bag was fun, I don't recommend it for the recipe.I used pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder like the TikTok video recommended.I was worried that the chicken breast would turn out dry after dipping it straight into the flour. I think the recipe would've turned out better if the chicken was dipped in the egg and milk mixture prior to coating it with flour.The pieces of chicken kept getting lost in the Doritos bag, and the crumbs in the bag were too large to stick to the battered chicken. Once I used the plastic bag, I was able to follow the recipe. After the oil was hot, I added the strips to the pan to fry. It took about 4 minutes on each side before the chicken was golden brown.After I fried the chicken, the breadcrumbs immediately fell off. If the recipe stuck to its Shake and Bake roots, it would've been easier to replicate, in my opinion. And despite my best efforts, it tasted like fair food gone horribly wrong.The Doritos flavor wasn't as strong as I expected it to be, and I wish the breading stuck to the chicken better. Overall, I think the recipe could taste better with some tweaks (like using a plastic bag over the Doritos bag).