Taco Bell is testing the quesarito, a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla
Ever heard of the quesarito? It’s an off-the-menu item you can sometimes get a willing burrito slinger at Chipotle to make for you. It involves wrapping the entire contents of your burrito in a quesadilla.
Now, Taco Bell is looking to make the elusive quesarito an official menu item. A Taco Bell spokeswoman confirmed the Irvine-based company is testing the hybrid in Oklahoma City.
The Taco Bell version will include a beef burrito with rice and sour cream wrapped in a grilled quesadilla, full of melted cheese. You can also order it with shredded chicken or steak.
The test prices range from $1.99 to $2.99, depending on your choice of protein. The quesarita is being tested for a limited time, and no word on whether it will make its way to California any time soon.
Taco Bell also announced the launch of a new breakfast menu next month, with A.M. Crunchwraps and waffle tacos.
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