Taco Bell is introducing several new menu items this month, including Loaded TRUFF Nacho Fries (made with truffle-infused hot sauce) and a frozen Cherry Bliss Freeze beverage. But perhaps the most interesting of Taco Bell’s new offerings is the Grilled Cheese Dipping Taco, available in two major markets as of Thursday.
Taco Bell says the GCDT is made with a freshly fried daily white corn tortilla shell, is filled with beef, and a blend of mozzarella, cheddar, and pepper jack. You'll get your choice of Taco Bell's savory red sauce or nacho cheese sauce for the dipping of said tacos.
Personal note: Will I be able to 86 the pepper jack? That stuff is blech.
Are Nashville and MSP Testing the Same Dipping Tacos?
Nope! Taco Bell says they're selling 'em with seasoned beef in Minnesota ($2.99), and slow-braised shredded beef in Tennessee ($3.49).
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