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Taco Bell Launches New Meal Kit, Posts Its Recipes Online


It’s almost Cinco de Mayo, which gives us the perfect excuse to queue up the ultimate at-home celebration. We’ve got you covered with tequila cocktails that aren't margaritas, Chipotle recently revealed its recipe for guac and Taco Bell is here with an all-new taco bar kit that serves six people for just $25.

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Here’s what you get: eight flour tortillas, 12 crunchy taco shells, nacho chips, seasoned beef, shredded lettuce, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, reduced-fat sour cream, hot sauce packets and napkins.

Starting May 1, fans can order the deconstructed setup on the Taco Bell app to pick up at the drive-thru or through Grubhub for delivery. Price and participation may vary by location.

Better yet, the chain is launching a series of recipe cards straight from the Taco Bell Test Kitchen. Starting May 3 on Taco Bell’s blog, the chain will post step-by-step instructions on how to make cult favorite fast food menu items like the Double-Decker Taco, and boozy drinks including a Strawberry Freeze Tequila Sunrise.

As a sneak peak, here's the lowdown on how to make the chain's Crunchy Taco:

Taco Bell Crunchy Taco Recipe
Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1 crunchy taco shell
2 spoonfulls seasoned beef
2 finger pinches of shredded lettuce
1 finger pinch of shredded cheese

Directions:
Place seasoned beef along the bottom of your crunchy taco shell.
Sprinkle shredded lettuce right on top of the seasoned beef and tuck it down in the shell. Make sure you leave enough room for the cheese.
Finish with sprinkling shredded cheddar cheese on top of lettuce.

For double the crunch, preheat your oven to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, place the crunchy taco shell on an oven-safe dish or pan and toast for 10 minutes. And to make it Supreme, add a spoonful of sour cream on top of the seasoned beef, finished with shredded cheddar and a two finger pinch of diced tomatoes. For more on how to make takeout at home, dig into these fast food copycat recipes for Chipotle, McDonalds and more.

Updated 5/1/2020 at 9:30 a.m.: Due to a source's error, the date was incorrect. The taco bar will launch on May 1.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Get those Quesaritos while you can Taco Bell will shrink its menu on Aug. 13

After days of speculation, Taco Bell has confirmed it will pare down its menu on Aug. 13.

Much of the anguish has centered around the departure of the Quesarito, a beef burrito combined with a quesadilla. In a news release, the Irvine-based fast food giant assured fans they can still order it online or through its app even though it’s off the menu board.

Taco Bell is also losing its Mini Skillet Bowl breakfast item and Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes. It’s dropping potatoes from its ingredients list. Its plant-based proteins, black beans and pinto beans, will still be available, according to the company.

Also dropped off the board: the Grilled Steak Soft Taco, the 7-Layer Burrito, Nachos Supreme, Loaded Grillers and, chips and dip.

The discount Cravings Menu is losing four items: the Beefy Fritos Burrito, the Spicy Tostada, Triple Layer Nachos and Spicy Potato Soft Taco.

The menu changes are related to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the news release said. With fast food service largely limited to drive-thrus, many chains are streamlining their operations.

Taco Bell will be making up for the changes with a few additions, including a return of the $5 Grande Nachos Box and a $1 beef burrito.


Watch the video: Crunchwrap Supreme on the Blackstone Griddle (November 2021).