Taco Bell Experiments with a Burrito and Quesadilla Mashup

Taco Bell Experiments with a Burrito and Quesadilla Mashup
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Taco Bell Experiments with a Burrito and Quesadilla Mashup

Read on to learn more about the burrito-quesadilla that Taco Bell has been cooking up.

The Quesarito takes Taco Bell's typical beef burrito wrap and places it into a grilled quesadilla wrap filled with cheese. The beef can be substituted with shredded chicken or steak.

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The Quesarito is currently being tested in Oklahoma City, but if it's successful there, it could become a permanent fixture on the Taco Bell menu and available nationally.

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The current prices are between $1.99 and $2.99 depending on the type of meat in the Quesarito.

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Since 2013 was the year of stunt foods, it's no surprise that the trend of creating exciting and often indulgent fast food combinations continues in 2014.

After introducing the wildly successful Doritos Locos Tacos, Taco Bell has set their sights on re-shaping the burrito. By combining a burrito and a quesadilla, Taco Bell has produced a super cheesy and meaty dish. Taco Bell is currently testing their new creation and calling it the Quesarito, a tasty portmaneau.

Check out the slideshow above to learn more about Taco Bell's Quesarito.

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