Taco Bell Testing a Burrito-Quesadilla Hybrid

Taco Bell is reportedly testing its own version of a Quesarito in Oklahoma City
Taco Bell Testing a Burrito-Quesadilla Hybrid
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Depending on the results of a test run in Oklahoma City, Taco Bell might roll out the Quesarito across the nation.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Taco Bell is testing a burrito and quesadilla combination that rolls the contents of a burrito inside a toasted quesadilla. Some of you might recognize this exciting menu item as Taco Bell’s answer to the Quesarito, a secret menu item from Chipotle.

Taco Bell’s Quesarito options will include a beef, shredded chicken or steak burrito with rice and sour cream, wrapped in a grilled quesadilla. Depending on your choice of meat, the test prices range from $1.99 to $2.99.

As of now, Taco Bell is only testing the Quesarito in Oklahoma City “to gauge consumer feedback and ensure our team members can execute with speed and service,” according to an email exchange between Taco Bell and Fast Company. "Based on the response, we’ll determine any national launch plans."

Here’s hoping the Taco Bell team in Oklahoma City performs with stunning results so that we can enjoy the Quesarito as an entire nation. 

Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.

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