Taco Bell Brings Back Quesalupa After 5 Years of Being Off Menu
Nobody seems to want anything new from Taco Bell, they just want their old favorites back. They've listened, and they're doing their best.
Newest to the list of returns is the crowd-favorite Quesalupa, which left the menu about five years ago.
If you don't remember, the Quesalupa is a chalupa shell with a blend of pepper jack and mozzarella cheese (50% more than usual). It's then stuffed with the usual beef, lettuce, shredded cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, and reduced-fat sour cream.
It's not that different from the more recent Grilled Cheese Burrito, but as a Chalupa instead.
They're back on the menu now, nationwide.
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