Taco Bell Is Testing Massive ‘Triplelupas’ in Certain Locations, So Start Building Up an Appetite No
"Are three chalupas better than one? You may soon get the chance to find out! Taco Bell, the fast-food establishment responsible for the thick, fried shell filled with ground beef, sour cream, cheese, tomatoes and shredded lettuce, is now testing something called the “Triplelupa” in certain markets.
Delish notes this monster of a meal, which features a trio of horizontally connected chalupa shells loaded with seasoned beef, a three-cheese blend, lettuce and tomatoes, is currently being tested in various Minneapolis locations. In addition to being conveniently shareable thanks to its pull-apart shell structure, this epic food item also boasts some drool-worthy toppings.
More specifically, the Triplelupa is garnished with (what else?) three decadent sauces. One end is topped with nacho cheese and the opposite side is dressed with chipotle sauce. The middle, blessed chalupa is topped with a combination of the two conceptions, which boasts a distinct chipotle-cheese flavor."
Read the full article by Samantha Leffler here.
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