Del Taco releases Stuffed Quesadilla Tacos

Del Taco releases Stuffed Quesadilla Tacos

One of the busiest menus out there in fast food land can be found at Del Taco; the popular quick service Mexican eatery always has something new and interesting hitting the menu boards. On their latest update, the brand writes about a “mashup that reimagines what a taco can be”.

The mashup in question is their new Stuffed Quesadilla Tacos which come in three versions:

  • Grilled Chicken Stuffed Quesadilla Taco – cheddar cheese, Queso Blanco, grilled between two flour tortillas , filled with grilled, marinated chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, and more cheddar cheese, $1.99
  • Crispy Chicken Stuffed Quesadilla Taco – two crispy chicken strips , lettuce, tomatoes, more cheddar cheese. Wrapped inside a grilled quesadilla with cheddar cheese and Del Taco’s Queso Blanco, $2.29
  • Carne Asada Stuffed Quesadilla Taco – cheddar cheese, Queso Blanco grilled between two flour tortillas filled with grilled carne asada, lettuce, tomatoes, more cheddar cheese, $2.99

The Stuffed Crispy Chicken Quesadilla Taco is apparently the 12th crispy chicken item that Del Taco has debuted over the last 12 months. We reviewed the Crispy Chicken as part of the chicken and fries box last year.

Image credit, Del Taco.

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