Taco Bell Turns Quesarito Partially Inside Out, Sells It In Toledo

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Remember back in early 2015, when we heard rumors that a new cheese-stuffed shell called the “Quesalupa” was being tested in Toledo? The Quesalupa ended up as the centerpiece of a Super Bowl ad and is now a nationwide item. What’s on the menu only in Ohio now? A rolled-up creation that’s sort of a backwards Quesarito.

The Quesarito, as you may remember, is a tortilla with cheese wrapped around a burrito. Reversing that doesn’t mean that the meat is on the outside, or even that the cheese is on the outside, because that would be terrible and make a mess.

(Taco Bell via Brand Eating)

(Taco Bell via Brand Eating)

Instead, the product consists of a layer of cheese and tortilla chips or cheese and peppers in the middle, surrounded by a tortilla, with a layer of rice and then a layer of beef, wrapped in yet another soft tortilla.

You can get it near Toledo: if you happen to be in the area and try it, let us know whether it’s worth inflicting on the rest of the county.

Taco Bell Tests a Reverse Quesarito [Brand Eating]

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